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As per ASTM standards E – 676

As per ASTM standards E – 676

Part No. Male Joint Approx. O.D. of Tube (mm) Total Length (mm) Pack QTY.
1180-12M 12/18 10 120±10 10
1180-14M 14/20 13 120±10 10
1180-19M 19/22 16 120±10 10
1180-24M 24/25 22 125±10 10
1180-29M 29/26 26 135±15 10
1180-34M 34/28 30 135±15 10
1180-40M 40/35 36 150±15 10

Here are some potential uses for these joints in a laboratory setting:

  1. Light-Sensitive Reactions: Amber glass is commonly used in experiments involving light-sensitive chemicals or reactions. Short-length male interchangeable joints can be used to construct glassware setups for reactions that require protection from light.
  2. Photosensitive Compounds: Laboratories working with photosensitive compounds or solutions may prefer amber glassware to minimize the effects of light exposure. The short-length design is advantageous in setups where minimizing dead space is important.
  3. Sample Storage: Short-length amber glass joints can be used in the construction of glassware systems for the storage of light-sensitive samples. The interchangeability of the joints allows for flexibility in designing storage setups.
  4. Chemical Compatibility: Amber glass is often chosen for its resistance to certain chemicals. These joints may be used in laboratory setups where chemical compatibility is a consideration.
  5. Distinctive Identification: The amber color serves as a visual identifier for specific glassware or experiments. This can be particularly useful in a laboratory with multiple setups or when working in a shared space.
  6. Specialized Experiments: In cases where researchers are conducting specialized experiments that involve specific environmental conditions, such as light sensitivity, the use of amber glass may be essential.
  7. Educational Demonstrations: Amber glassware, including short-length male interchangeable joints, can be used in educational laboratories for demonstrations to teach students about light-sensitive reactions or the importance of material selection in experimental design.

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