Fiberguide fused silica capillary tubing for protein characterization

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A line of fused silica capillary tubing from Fiberguide Industries (Stirling, NJ) delivers reliable operation in demanding conditions in protein characterization, small molecule and genetic analysis, proteomics, DNA sequencing and fragment analysis.  The tubing is manufactured from high-purity synthetic quartz with a protective coating of polyimide, which has an upper temperature limit of 360ºC.  A wide variety of standard IDs are available from 2 to 700 µ, and ODs from 90 to 850 µ.

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Fused Silica Capillary Tubing from Fiberguide Industries
August 2010
Polyimide coating can withstand temperatures up to 360ºC

Stirling, N.J. (August 17, 2010) – Delivering reliable operation in demanding conditions, Fiberguide Industries introduces its new line of fused silica capillary tubing.  The new line of tubing has proven effective in a number of scientific applications including protein characterization, small molecule and genetic analysis, proteomics, DNA sequencing and fragment analysis.

Fiberguide Industries’ fused silica capillary tubing.
Fiberguide’s capillary tubing is manufactured from high purity synthetic quartz with a protective coating of polyimide.  Applied to the outer surface of the tubing, polyimide has an upper temperature limit of 360ºC.  A wide variety of standard I.D.’s are available, from 2µ to 700µ and O.D.’s from 90µ to 850µ.  Non-standard sizes can also be manufactured by request.

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