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For use with crossover fitting bracket assembly (N2410315) and bottom end of scrubber tube (N2411359).
The Viton O-Ring, 11 mm is found on Combustion, Reduction, and Scrubber tubes. With this part number, this product can be ordered as a replacement or spare set. Qty. 12
The Glass Tube Nut is a hexagonally-shaped brass fitting, 11 mm across. This part can be ordered as a replacement or spare part for the EA 2400 Plate Accessory Injector MTG or the Alpha Furnace MTG Fitting Accessory.
The Viton Valve O-Ring Adapter, also known as the Skinner O-Ring, is a replacement part for the Normally Open Valve assembly. This O-Ring has an inner diameter of 0.421 in and is 0.139 in wide. It ships with the 2400 CHN Maintenance Kit (N2410152).
Maintenance of the Normally Open Valve assembly requires a PerkinElmer Service Engineer.
The Plastic Gas Line Assembly consists of:
Used to open the Normally Open and Normally Closed Valves on EA 2400 Elemental Analyzers.
The Hayman Micro Spatula is a 6.25 in long double-ended spatula with a 1.25 in (L) x 0.125 in (W) spatula on one end and a 0.5 in (L) x 0.125 in (W) spoon-like end on the other end. This nickel-plated stainless steel spatula is designed for handling microliter-sized solid sample volumes or smaller. Qty. 1
The Combustion Tube Wrench is an 11 mm wrench made of aluminum. It is used to maintain PerkinElmer's Elemental Analyzer. It is also available as an 25 mm wrench.
The Glass Tube Nut is a 25 mm hexagonally-shaped brass nut used to secure the CHNS/O Combustion Tube connections in EA Analyzers. With this part number, this part can be ordered as a replacement or spare. Qty. 1
The Valve O-Ring sits at the base of the Normally Open and Normally Closed Valve assemblies found in EA 2400 Elemental Analyzers. With this part number, the O-Ring can be ordered separately as a replacement or spare part.
This quartz oxygen pyrolysis tube is used with the PerkinElmer 2400 Series II Analyzer.
The Silver Capsule is made from 99% pure silver. It is used when analyzing organic substances for oxygen content. Qty. 96
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