Wheaton is highly respected industry leader in the manufacture of pharmaceutical and laboratory glassware. Wheaton’s skilled and dedicated professionals offer a wealth of knowledge in glassware manufacturing industry and specialize in the designing of chromotology products.
These trusted, innovative and valuable products offer a wide and complete range of services for laboratories, pharmacies and scientists. They foster an atmosphere of partnership and long running integrity within every one of these communities.
Volumetric flasks are used to measure specified amounts of liquid. They are frequently used in science labs for storage and preservation because of its properties and chemical resistance to high temperatures.
In some cases, customizable chemistry glassware is needed that must meet the needs of your specific project. Wheaton is fully capable to tailor those needs with their range of products to solve challenging project requirements, especially taking into consideration different attributes inclusive of functionality and aesthetics. Additionally, they provide drilling, sandblasting, lathing of both types of glasses laboratory glasses and pharmaceuticals glasses.
All of their products and pharmaceutical glassware are thoroughly tested and meet all international requirements in quality control as we as product functionality. Wheaton’s chromotology and laboratory glassware carry the same world class certification and reputation.
Here is a list of Wheaton’s pharmaceutical glassware and laboratory products items:
Graduated cylinders of all sizes and even colours, a large selection of pipettes, and culture tubes, beakers, diagnostic glass test tubes, cover slips, ampoules, cryrovials glass racks and caps, centrifuge tubes, moulded glass, auto analyzer, tubular and injection vials, culture tubes, polypropylene and polystyrene, tubular glass and test tubes, scintillation, and cryogenic vials.
Chromotology is a method widely used in laboratories – it enables efficient separation of chemical mixture or compounds with the aid of absorption. This occurs as the separation of isomers and natural materials.
Chromotology can also be defined as the physical method using the separation of chemical process that distributes all the components of the compound. They are separated into two phases, the stationary and the mobile phase. It was first used in leaf pigment separation and then later more widely used to separate of carotinoid pigments as well as a number of other strategic uses. The process can separate the most sensitive products in biotechnology and delicate scientific studies.
Glassware has to be able to meet certain requirements in the laboratory or facilities they are utilized within. Wheaton understands the importance of using their glassware for the purpose of chromatography and follows through with quality glassware.
Types of Chromotography
Four main types of chromatography are:
Liquid Chromatography is used in order to test water samples in relation to pollution in rivers, lakes, and larger bodies of water. Metal ions and organic compounds are tested to make sure water is safe. This process tests liquids with the aid of hydrophilic insoluble molecules.
Gas Chromotology is utilized in the detection of bombs by security forensics personnel. Fibres are analyzed on clothing and blood splatters at a crime scene. Then helium is utilized to distribute gases through a column with absorbent material to get the results.
Liquid-Layer Chromotology is a quick way that incorporates absorbent material laid out on flat glass or plastic. This method is commonly used in forensics. This is a simple and immediate way that can determine the purity of organic compounds. It is used in identifying food contamination, to locate pesticide residue and other contaminants.
Paper Chromotology is the most popular method and utilizes strips of paper in the stationary phase. This method is used to separate substances or chemicals with color.
Wheaton chromotology products available are:
The Crimpinstein Electric Crimper Decapper is an ergonomically designed and specially engineered to facilitate efficiency and productivity. Comes with cap and seal and varies sizes designed for increased and quick set up allowing flexibility. It is neat and user friendly.
Chromotology sample plates come with sealing mats, which gives protection from both evaporation and condensation. Getting a Cap Mat can be a viable option to secure sealing.
Microliter kits are designed to offer an easy visual reference for items in each kit. The crimp sealed tubes have coloured coded caps for easy identification and recognition. Certified and fully tested packaged vials are chemically cleaned to eliminate any present residues.
Throughout its 125+ year legacy, Wheaton has perfected every technique so that scientists will be able to accurately and safely conduct their projects. As a company who values relationships with their customer base and fabricating specific customized solutions to fit their client’s needs, Wheaton seeks to truly exemplify excellence in both their glassware products and in their customer service.
Throughout their many years of operation they have strategically developed an exceptional company with professional staff that is ready to help. Contact them for your glassware needs today.