Aseptic, low bio-burden, withstands high temperature and humidity fluctuation; low carbon rating indicates reduced percentage of impurities for enhanced corrosion resistance
ABS Plastic has very high impact strength and toughness along with excellent tensile strength and stiffness; Providing resistance to heat, most oils, acids, and alkalis.
Thermoplastic produced by the chlorination of PVC resin; handles both the cold and heat well, Strong and flexible.
Opaque (white) polypropylene resists most acids, alkalis, and solvents
Durable; resistant to corrosion, chemicals/solvents, and rust. Making it the preferred material wherever frequent cleaning and sterilization are required.
Low in weight, and thermal conductivity; High chemical corrosion resistance; Heat resistance; Mechanical strength and toughness
Economical and non-shedding material, ensuring cleanroom compatibility
316 Stainless Steel
Durable; higher resistance to corrosion, chemicals/solvents, and rust. Making it the preferred material where frequent applications require powerful corrosives and chlorides.
Polymer has a good resistance to chemicals; can be both a thermal and electrical insulator; Very light in weight while being strong and durable
Clear, chemical resistant
Polypropylene Flame-Retardant: ULV-O listed, Excellent chemical resistance to most acids, alkalies and many solvents, Handles temperatures to 200°F (93.3°C), Excellent resistance to chemical stress cracking, abrasion and failure from flexing, Easily cut and shaped with common hand tools, Joining methods by thermal fusion or hot gas welding (cannot be glued or solvent cemented), Colors are white, natural, black and blue.
PVC-C: Flame-Retardant (FM Listed), offers the strength and corrosion resistance of type I PVC, FM4910 approved.