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Preparing pure compounds requires reliable protection of substances from contamination and some laboratory processes require safe handling of toxic materials. The SICCO Glove Box provides a cost effective and efficient tool for these and similar requirements.

 
SICCO Glove Box Duo 2 with Transfer Chamber, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3/PE
Cat.-No. V 1710-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass, base panel made of polyethylene. Front and back side with one door each, two pairs of opposite glove ports each with one pair of natural rubber gloves size 9, two cable lead-ins (left bottom side). Transfer chamber (right) with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. The tray is only operable from one workstation side (front right-hand). Work space and transfer chamber including two hose connectors for gas-filling each and appropriate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC and 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
SICCO Glove Box Duo 2 with Transfer Chamber AntistaticGlossaryAntistatic Protection from electric charging. SICCO Antistatic desiccators protect electronic components against humidity and airborne particulate. Electrostatic charges are discharged by a grounding cable and a charge neutral atmosphere is produced inside the desiccator. , PC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999GlossaryPC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999Polycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999
Cat.-No. V 1715-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with static dissipative panels made of polycarbonate, base panel made of static dissipative polyethylene. Front and back side with one door each, two pairs of opposite glove ports each with one pair of static dissipative EPDM gloves size 9,75, two cable lead-ins (left bottom side). Transfer chamber (right) with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. The tray is only operable from one workstation side (front right-hand). Work space and transfer chamber including two hose connectors for gas-filling each and appropriate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC and 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE). All materials used can discharge electrostatic charging by means of a grounding cable which can be connected on the back side (connecting thread M6).
 
SICCO Glove Box Duo 1 with Transfer Chambers, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3/PE
Cat.-No. V 1730-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass, base panel made of polyethylene. Front side with four glove ports and two pairs of natural rubber gloves size 9, three cable lead-ins on the back side (upper right, middle, left). Two transfer chambers (right and left) with two doors each, external doors with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chambers including two hose connectors for gas-filling each and appropriate tubing (3x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC and 3x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
SICCO Glove Box Duo 1 with Transfer Chambers AntistaticGlossaryAntistatic Protection from electric charging. SICCO Antistatic desiccators protect electronic components against humidity and airborne particulate. Electrostatic charges are discharged by a grounding cable and a charge neutral atmosphere is produced inside the desiccator. , PC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999GlossaryPC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999Polycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999
Cat.-No. V 1735-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with static dissipative panels made of polycarbonate, base panel made of static dissipative polyethylene. Front side with four glove ports and two pairs of static dissipative EPDM gloves size 9,75, three cable lead-ins on the back side (upper right, middle, left). Two transfer chambers (right and left) with two doors each, external doors with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chambers including two hose connectors for gas-filling each and appropriate tubing (3x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC and 3x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE). All materials used can discharge electrostatic charging by means of a grounding cable which can be connected on the back side (connecting thread M6).
 
SICCO Glove Box Trio with Transfer Chamber, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3/PE
Cat.-No. V 1750-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass, base panel made of polyethylene. Front side with three glove ports and two pairs of natural rubber gloves size 9, three cable lead-ins on the back side (upper right, middle, left). Transfer chamber (right) with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chamber including two hose connectors for gas-filling each and appropriate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC and 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
 
 
 
SICCO Glove Box with Transfer Chamber, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3 Bestseller:
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Cat.-No. V 1982-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass, base panel made of polyethylene. Front panel with two glove ports and one pair of natural rubber gloves size 9, two lead-ins for cables on the back side (upper left and upper right). Transfer chamber with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chamber each including two hose connectors for gas-filling and aeration and approprate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC, 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
SICCO Glove Box, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3
Cat.-No. V 1984-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass, base panel made of polyethylene. Front panel with two glove ports and one pair of natural rubber gloves size 9, two lead-ins for cables on the back side (upper left and upper right). Work space including two hose connectors for gas-filling and aeration and appropriate tubing (1x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC, 1x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
SICCO Glove Box Vitrum with Transfer Chamber, borosilicate glassGlossaryborosilicate glassis crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2Glossaryborosilicate glassGlossaryborosilicate glassis crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2is crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2 3.3
Cat.-No. V 1986-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of borosilicate glassGlossaryborosilicate glassis crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2Glossaryborosilicate glassGlossaryborosilicate glassis crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2is crystal-clear, non-coloured and shows no significant absorption in the visible spectrum. The permeability of ultraviolet radiation allows it to use the products for photochemical reactions. The refraction index is at 1,472 (with 589,3 nm) and the photoelastic constant is B 3,6 10-6 MPa-1. The physical properties are described in norm DIN ISO 3585. Borosilicate glass has a high chemical resistance against alcohols, water and acids and their mixtures, as well as chlorine, iodine, bromine. The interaction of water only has a small effect on the glass. A thin layer of fused quartz is built up which reduces a further attack on the glass.Water resistance (ISO 719); Water classification 1Acid resistance (ISO 1776; Acid classification 1-2Alcali resistance (ISO 695); Alcali classification 2, front panel with two glove ports, right side panel and bottom side of base panel made of aluminium, top side of base panel made of stainless steel. Including one pair of natural rubber gloves size 9, two lead-ins for cable on the back side (upper left and upper right). Transfer chamber with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidental opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chamber each including two hose connectors for gas-filling and aeration and appropriate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC, 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE).
 
SICCO Glove box for Exhaustion, PMMAGlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3GlossaryPMMAcoll: acrylic glassalso known under the tradename Plexiglas® of company Evonik Röhm GmbHSynthetic, thermoplastic material; Break proof and impact resistant;Very good surface, shiny; Good resistance to dilute acids and alkali, limited resistance to organic solvents; Flammable properties similar to hardwood;Very low production of smoke if burnt; Gases emitted when burning are neither toxic nor corrosive; Usable up to approx. +70 °CVolume resistivity: >10^15 Ohm/cm,test specification DIN VDE 0303,Surface resistivity: 5 x 10^13 Ohm,test specificationDIN VDE 0303, part 3;Transmittance tD65: ~92 %,test specification DIN 5036, part 3
Cat.-No. V 1988-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with panels made of acrylic glass. Base panel, integrated connector for exhaust system and closing lid made of polyethylene. Iris-Ports and cable lead-ins made of polyethylene and silicone. Two lead-ins for cable on the back side (upper left and upper right). Two crosswise slotted silicone discs each in the openings and cable lead-ins. They are staggered mounted so that the overlapping segments at the same time allow easy access to the interior space and close the openings at non-use. The Iris-Ports ensure pressure compensation through air streaming when the exhaust system is switched on. Connection to exhaust system through an integrated connector on the top panel. This connector is graded for tubes with inner diameters 100, 120, 160 and 180 mm. When working without exhaust system the opening can be closed with a lid.
 
SICCO Glove Box AntistaticGlossaryAntistatic Protection from electric charging. SICCO Antistatic desiccators protect electronic components against humidity and airborne particulate. Electrostatic charges are discharged by a grounding cable and a charge neutral atmosphere is produced inside the desiccator.  with Transfer Chamber, PC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999GlossaryPC ESDGlossaryPC ESDPolycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999Polycarbonates are plastics that belong to the group of synthetic polymers and to the family of polyesters. Polycarbonates are transparent and non-coloured but they can easily be coloured. The material is characterized by its high stability, impact resistance, stiffness as well as its rigidity. Polycarbonates are widely resistant against atmospheric conditions and radiation. They’re flammable but can easily be extinguished by erasing the source of ignition. Moreover polycarbonates are good isolators. They’re water resistant, resistant against many mineral acids and hydrous solutions of neutral salts and oxidants. Also some other non-polar organic solvents like carbon hydride and many oils and fat do not cause any damage to polycarbonates. However polycarbonates aren’t resistant against chlorinated carbon hydrides, e.g. dichloromethane. It is also instable against hydrous alkaline solutions, amines and ammonia.PC-ESD is made of transparent, two side coated permanent static dissipativematerial. The dissipative property reduces particle attraction and the generation ofelectrostatic fields. Complies with EN 61340-5-1 and ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999
Cat.-No. V 1992-...
AluminiumGlossaryAluminiumThis metal stands out due to its very low density of 2,7 g/cm³ (approx. 3 times lighter than steel) and is especially used for the frame and shelves. Aluminium is very reactive right after being machined and therefore reacts with the substances of the surrounding environment, air and humidity, which covers the material with a protective oxide layer. This oxide layer prevents a further corroding of the aluminium but is dissolvable in acids and bases. Thus a direct contact with chemicals should be avoided. frame with static dissipative panels made of polycarbonate, base panel made of static dissipative polyethylene. Front panel with two glove ports and one pair of static dissipative EPDM gloves size 9,75, two lead-ins for cable on the back side (upper left and upper right). Transfer chamber with two doors, external door with latch to prevent accidentally opening, the tray extends into the workspace with opening of the internal door for easy removal of inserted products. Work space and transfer chamber each including two hose connectors for gas-filling and aeration and appropriate tubing (2x 5 m tubing for gas-filling made of PVC, 2x 5 m aeration tubing made of PE). All materials used can discharge electrostatic charging by means of a grounding cable which can be connected on the back side (connecting thread M6).