Nonreactive and Optically Plastic Components for Instrument
Instruments designed for scientific research and medical diagnostic testing rely on plastic machined parts and manifolds to perform to consistently high standards. As a rule, plastics are a best-practice approach when controlling many research process chemicals, since the reactivity of metals can interfere with test results. Acrylic, in particular, is useful in visualizing flow paths for bubble detection, optical inspection, and light conditioning.
Materials for Every Instrumentation Project
We offer a complete selection of materials, listed below, well-suited for your instrumentation projects. These materials - all nonreactive and many optically clear - offer reliable and high-quality solutions for every Instrumentation project. Need help narrowing down your options? Contact our engineers, and we’ll help you select the best option for your specific project.