can you provide part numbers for separate caps and septa?
On 14 Oct 2005 at 16:24, Thomas Huber wrote:
we also have a GVI MultiFlow system and we buy our caps and septa for the glas vials here in Germany at Klaus Ziemer GmbH, Am Parir 27, D-52379 Langerwehe, phone: +49 2423/I hope this helps.
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Some years ago I went through the same inquiry, as we were using upwards of 200 caps/septa a day.
The Labco septa are a larger size than most precut HPLC or GC septa. We tried the largest smaller septa--NO GO, the needle punches them through most of the time.
I sort of remember discussing this with the director of Labco: he told me that they purchased septum material in sheets and cut it themselves. This is too time consuming t
I consoled my environmental guilt by using a bleach rinse and using the recycling bins. Five years on I guess it's the same old mindset at Labco.
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>This may seem like a minor issue, but does anyone have a source for the
>septa for the exetainer vials used in the GVI MultiFlow system? Labco
>only supplies the caps and septa, and it seems a shame (from an
>standpoint) to throw out all the caps.
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