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Chemical Resistant

Chemical Resistant

Part No. MALE Joint House Connection O.D. inches Pack QTY.
2280-14 14/20 5/16 10
2280-19 19/22 5/16 10
2280-24 24/40 3/8 10
2280-29 29/42 3/8 10
2280-28 28/15 3/8 10
2280-35 35/25 3/8 10

Here are potential uses for such an adapter in a laboratory setting:

  1. Chemical Reactions:
    • The 90° bend with hose connection can be used in chemical reactions to connect different glassware components at a right angle. The hose connection facilitates the introduction or removal of reagents.
  2. Distillation Setups:
    • In distillation experiments, the 90° bend may facilitate the connection between the distillation flask and the condenser. The hose connection could be utilized for vacuum supply or inert gas introduction during distillation.
  3. Vacuum Filtration:
    • The hose connection may be used for attaching a vacuum source, making the adapter suitable for vacuum filtration setups where a vacuum is required for the filtration process.
  4. Liquid Transfer:
    • This adapter can be used for controlled liquid transfer between different glassware components, facilitating processes such as titrations, liquid-phase reactions, or transferring liquids between containers.
  5. Gas Inlet or Outlet:
    • The hose connection may serve as a gas inlet or outlet, allowing for the introduction or removal of gases during reactions or experimental processes.
  6. Laboratory Plumbing:
    • The adapter contributes to the laboratory plumbing system, providing a right-angled and flexible connection for hoses used in various experiments.
  7. Versatile Experimental Setups:
    • The 90° bend with hose connection allows for flexibility in experimental setups, accommodating different laboratory configurations and facilitating hose connections for various purposes.
  8. Standardization:
    • The use of adapters following certain standards, such as those set by ASTM, contributes to the standardization of laboratory procedures. This ensures compatibility and consistency in experimental setups.

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