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PART  No. Capacity (ml) Pack Qty.
7880-2 2 ml 100
7880-4 4ml 100
7880-5 5ml 100
7880-8 8ml 100
7880-10 10ml 100
7880-15 15ml 100
7880-20 20ml 100

Here are some common uses of septa in laboratory settings:

  1. Gas Chromatography (GC):
    • In gas chromatography, septa are used as the sealing material for the injection port. The septum allows for the penetration of the syringe needle during sample injection while maintaining a gas-tight seal.
  2. Liquid Chromatography (LC):
    • Septa are used in liquid chromatography systems to seal the sample vials, preventing evaporation and contamination of the liquid samples.
  3. Headspace Analysis:
    • Septa are used in headspace vials for techniques like headspace gas chromatography. They create a sealed environment above the sample, allowing for the analysis of volatile compounds.
  4. Sample Storage:
    • Septa are employed in laboratory vials to seal and protect stored samples, particularly when samples need to be maintained in a controlled environment.
  5. Environmental Analysis:
    • Laboratories conducting environmental analyses may use septa in sample containers to ensure a secure seal, preventing the escape of volatile compounds during transportation and storage.
  6. Analytical Chemistry:
    • In various analytical techniques and methods, septa play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of the samples and preventing contamination.
  7. Pharmaceutical Analysis:
    • Pharmaceutical laboratories use septa in sample vials to seal and protect pharmaceutical samples during analysis and storage.
  8. Microbiology:
    • Septa are used in microbiological laboratories to seal containers for the cultivation of microorganisms or for the aseptic transfer of liquids.
  9. Sample Preparation:
    • Septa are used in sample preparation processes, allowing for the secure sealing of vials during the preparation of samples for analysis.
  10. Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Analysis:
    • Laboratories analyzing VOCs may use septa in sample containers to prevent the escape of volatile compounds and ensure accurate analysis.
  11. Biotechnology:
    • In biotechnology applications, septa may be used in various processes, including the sealing of culture vessels and sample containers.
  12. Research and Development:
    • Research laboratories across disciplines use septa in diverse applications where sample integrity and containment are crucial.

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