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ORBO 90 Carboxen® 564 (20/45), 160/80 mg

W,F,F separators, O.D. × L 6 mm × 75 mm, pkg of 25 ea, for analyte group MEK (methylethyl ketone)

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Synonym(s):
ORBO Carboxen-564 Tube

material

W,F,F separators

Agency

NIOSH 2500

product line

ORBO

composition

Bed A, 160 mg
Bed B, 80 mg

packaging

pkg of 25 ea

manufacturer/tradename

ORBO 90

technique(s)

active air sampling: suitable

O.D. × L

6 mm × 75 mm

matrix

Carboxen® 564 Carbon Molecular Sieve (CMS)

particle size

20-45 mesh

application(s)

air monitoring
environmental
industrial hygiene

compatibility

for analyte group MEK (methylethyl ketone)

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Bed A, 160 mg , Bed B, 80 mg

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composition

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technique(s)

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technique(s)

active air sampling: suitable

technique(s)

active air sampling: suitable

technique(s)

active air sampling: suitable

product line

ORBO

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product line

Amberlite, ORBO

product line

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packaging

pkg of 25 ea

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pkg of 50 ea

packaging

pkg of 50 ea

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pkg of 50 ea

General description

  • ORBO 90 Carboxen® 564 (20/45), 160/80 mg solvent desorption tube is designed for gas and vapor sampling.
  • It contains two beds of the same selective adsorbent separated by glass wool or foam.
  • Dual-layer or two-bed construction of the tube allows for any sample breakthrough to be captured in the smaller back-up bed.

Legal Information

Carboxen is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
ORBO is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

Storage Class Code

11 - Combustible Solids

WGK

nwg

Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable


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