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  • Complies with DIN 12264
  • Complies with DIN 12264
Part No. BALL Joint



1210-13 S13 5 100mm 10
1210-19 S19 9 100mm 10
1210-29 S29 15 100mm 10
1210-35 S35 19 100mm 10
1210-41 S41 27 100mm 10

Here are some potential uses for DIN/ISO spherical ball interchangeable glass joints in a laboratory setting:

  1. Chemical Synthesis: These joints can be used in chemical synthesis setups where different glassware components need to be securely connected for reactions, distillations, or other chemical processes. The spherical ball design allows for a stable and reliable connection.
  2. Distillation and Fractionation: In distillation and fractionation processes, where separation of components is crucial, DIN/ISO spherical ball joints can be employed to connect various glass components such as distillation columns, condensers, and receiving flasks.
  3. Laboratory Glassware Assembly: Researchers often assemble custom laboratory glassware setups for specific experiments. Spherical ball interchangeable joints provide flexibility to connect and disconnect various glass components easily.
  4. Vacuum Systems: In vacuum applications, DIN/ISO spherical ball joints are crucial to maintaining a vacuum-tight seal. This is essential in processes such as rotary evaporation or vacuum filtration, where a reliable seal is necessary to achieve the desired conditions.
  5. Research and Development: Laboratories engaged in research and development activities may use DIN/ISO spherical ball joints for prototyping and testing new equipment or setups. The interchangeability of these joints allows for experimentation and modification of configurations.
  6. Analytical Instrumentation: Some laboratory instruments and analytical setups may use spherical ball joints for connecting different components, ensuring precision and reliability in analytical techniques.
  7. Educational Laboratories: In educational laboratories, DIN/ISO spherical ball joints can be used for teaching purposes, as they allow students to assemble and disassemble glassware setups for various experiments and demonstrations.

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