Laboratory Simax glass

Published : 02/08/2016 14:10:05
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Simax glass is sometimes also called just laboratory glass. Simax glass is used to produce a wide range of technical and laboratory glass products, industrial apparatus and heat-resistant household glassware, whose characteristics and practical value have made them much sought-after products in many countries throughout the world. Products made from laboratory Simax glass are smooth, non-porous and perfectly transparent, with no catalytic action, and are corrosion-resistant even in demanding operating conditions up to 300°C without sudden changes of temperature. Properties of Simax are very similar to properties of Pyrex and Duran.

Wide use of laboratory Simax glass

Because of its properties, Simax glass is used in situations which place the highest demands on the heat-resistance and chemical stability of products as well as their neutrality with respect to the substances or preparations with which they come into contact, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, the food, energy and metalworking industries, health care, microbiology, pharmacy, mechanical engineering and laboratories.

Chemical properties of Simax glass

The chemical composition and properties of Simax glass place it in group 3.3 of clear hard borosilicate glass, characterised by their high heat-resistance and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585 and the Czech standard CSN ISO 3585. It fully complies with the requirements which these standards place on its properties.

Simax glass is an environment-friendly product and is completely harmless from an ecological point of view.

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