Sample Parting Tray
For Laboratory & Industrial Purpose
Quartz Parting Tray is fabricated with thimbles and rings. These trays have the capacity to hold the holding items tightly and clear transparent objects. These trays are customized as per the needs of users available with 12 holes, 18 holes, 25 holes, 36 holes, etc.
Quartz Plunger is available in two forms Milky and transparent. This plunger is placed in a sample parting tray and can be customized as per the needs of the user’s requirement.
Sample Parting Tray
A quartz parting tray is a specialized type of tray made from high-purity fused quartz or fused silica glass that is used in analytical chemistry and materials testing applications. It is designed to hold small samples of materials that need to be analyzed or tested.
Quartz parting trays are known for their excellent thermal stability and resistance to thermal shock, which makes them ideal for use in high-temperature applications. They are also highly resistant to chemical attack, which makes them ideal for use in corrosive environments.
Quartz plungers are a type of tool used to manipulate small samples of materials in analytical chemistry and materials testing applications. They are typically made from high-purity fused quartz or fused silica glass, which makes them highly resistant to chemical attack and able to withstand high temperatures and thermal shock.
We have quartz parting trays (36 sample parting tray) available for 8, 12, 25, 36 and 50 samples for analysis or testing. It is commonly used in analytical chemistry and materials testing applications, particularly in research and development settings.
Overall, quartz parting trays and quartz plungers are essential tools in analytical chemistry and materials testing applications. Their unique properties, such as high-temperature stability, thermal shock resistance, and chemical resistance, make them ideal for use in high-precision and high-accuracy applications. The 36 sample quartz parting tray is a specialized tool that allows for high-throughput analysis and testing of small samples in research and development settings.