Justrite HPLC Poly Manifold for Quick-Disconnect Safety Disposal Cans 1/16'' OD (1/32''ID) hard wall tubing compression fittings with ferrules (Package of six) - 28188
When used with Justrite Quick Disconnect HPLC Safety Disposal Cans, the Polyethylene Manifold Kit is the most cost-effective way to safely collect waste.
The HPLC Poly Manifold enables up to six waste lines (per manifold) from HPLC processes to be fed into a single intake fitting. Manifolds have six 1/4-28 ports and one 3/8'' NPT port (all come with caps for unused ports) and either one quick disconnect in No. 316 stainless steel or polypropylene, or a No. 316 stainless steel stacker connector. The six ports are tapped to accommodate the 1/4-28 threads of the separately available compression fittings.
The compression fittings, sold in sets of six, accommodate tubing sizes of either 1/16'' and 1/8'' OD. The fittings are approximately 1'' long and made of Tefzel™. They include ferrules for a compression fit to the waste line.
Manifold #28179 has a ''stacker'' connection enabling it to attach on top of a #28177 or 28178 and allowing up to a total of 12 waste lines to be fed into the disposal can. Multiple manifolds may be used on a custom-designed Quick Disconnect container as long as one disconnect remains unused to permit venting and prevent back pressure.
Safety Can with Manifold installed is OSHA complaint and meets NFPA Code 30.
Please Note: JustriteÃs poly manifold is available as a lower cost alternative to stainless steel for those customers who can use poly due to the chemicals that will flow through it. This is also why Justrite has offered poly and stainless quick disconnects for its HPLC Waste Cans. There are an endless number of potential chemicals, waste chemicals, chemical combinations, and heated chemicals that could pass through the poly manifold. Some of these may react with the manifoldÃs Delrin
- acetal resin material. The user needs to make the final determination as to whether a poly or stainless steel manifold would work best for their application. More information on Delrin
- acetal material, including chemical compatibility (Table 11 on page 42), can be found at: http://plastics.dupont.com/plastics/pdflit/americas/delrin/230323c.pdf
- Delrin is a registered trademark of DuPont. The generic terms for Delrin include acetal resin, polyoxymethylene, and polyacetal.