VITLAB® simplex² fix

Products that can be autoclaved at 121 °C (2 bar) according to DIN EN 285. Note restrictions!
VITLAB® simplex² fix dispensers are practically universally applicable and can be used with many organic and inorganic solutions. The materials that come into contact with media (borosilicate glass, Al2O3 ceramics, FEP, ETFE, PFA, PTFE, platinum iridium and PP) are resistant to most acids, solvents and bases. The simple-to-use calibration function helps meet all the requirements for test equipment monitoring with minimal downtime.

The screwable discharge valve is equipped with an additional safety bulb and closes the dosing channel, if dispensing tube is not installed, so that no medium can escape.

The dispenser are equipped with a positive displacement piston and a fluoroplastic (PFA) sealing lip on the cylinder wall. This latter acts like a windscreen wiper to prevent crystal build-up on the cylinder wall from readily crystallisable media. The glass cylinder is also coated with a plastic material that reduces the risk of splashes should breakage occur. The telescopic filling tube can be adjusted smoothly to different bottle heights.

VITLAB® simplex² fix dispensers are completely autoclavable at 121 °C (2 bar) according to DIN EN 285.

Also available with DAkkS calibration certificate or individual certificate.

Included in delivery

VITLAB® simplex² (GL 45 thread), 5 thread adapters* made of PP, telescopic filling tube, mounting tool, quality certificate and operating manual.

Recommended range of use for VITLAB® simplex² fix

Types / Sizes

Volume ml Graduation ml A ≤ ± % Accuracy ≤ ± µl CV ≤ % Coefficient of variation ≤ µl PU Cat. No.
1,0 - 1,0 10 0,2 2 1 1622502
5,0 - 0,5 25 0,1 5 1 1622504
10,0 - 0,5 50 0,1 10 1 1622505
* Nominal volume 1 - 10 ml: with adapters GL 25, GL 28, GL 32, GL 38, S 40 and telescopic intake tube (length 125 - 240 mm).
Accuracy and coefficient of variation according to DIN EN ISO 8655-5, related to the nominal (maximum) volume marked on the device where the device, environment and distilled H2O are at the same temperature (20 °C). Checks are done in accordance with DIN EN ISO 8655-6 with the device filled to capacity and with uniform and jolt-free dosing.