Justrite 1 Gal Oval Centura™ Prefabricated Quick-Disconnect Polyethylene EPDM fitting with O-Ring Safety Disposal Cans - 12160
Take control of solvents!
Vapor and Fire Protection
Built-in pressure relief relieves pressure in extreme temperatures. Minimize vapor release or safely exhaust them back into a fume hood. ''Quick-Disconnect'' valve further prevents vapor release or solvent leakage. Safeguard against Accidents
Avoid ''knock over'' spills and broken glass that is common with bottle collection devices. Reduce leaks when disconnecting for disposal. Maximize Safety and Convenience
Tighter control during the collection and disposal process maintains safety.
Quick-Disconnect Safety Disposal Cans offer a safe and easy way to collect liquid waste. Quick-disconnect fittings allow free flow of solvent into container through tubing. Durable polyethylene container with large, strategically placed opening facilitates controlled pouring into larger vessels for proper hazardous waste disposal. Opening is equipped with a stainless steel flame arrester which dissipates heat to prevent flashback ignition. Fixed position latch on handle allows lid to stay open for easier pouring. Translucent color lets you check liquid level at a glance.
Hands-free liquid waste accumulation is ideal for HPLC applications and is suitable for either pump fed or gravity flow HPLC waste methods. Double fittings eliminate back pressure in liquid flow disposal line and provide controlled handling of vapors. Container automatically vents between 3 and 5 psig.
Exclusive ''quick-disconnect'' mechanism offers a convenient means of detaching can from the HPLC process without having to disengage tubing already connected to the machine. Both coupling and disconnect are valved to prevent vapor release or solvent leakage.
Models with stainless steel fittings offer Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) o-rings while more economically priced polypropylene fittings offer EPDM o-rings. Choose the one which is compatible with the solvent discharged from your HPLC unit.
Meets OSHA 29 CFR 1910.106(a)(29) Safety can shall mean an approved container, of not more than 5 gallons capacity, having a spring-closing lid and spout cover and so designed that it will safely relieve internal pressure when subjected to fire exposure.