Glass manifolds, also called vacuum manifolds, are pieces of lab glassware that function as large channels into which other, smaller channels flow. A vacuum glass manifold is commonly used in a Schlenk line, which refers to a chemistry apparatus created by Wilmhelm Schlenk. In a Schlenk line, one manifold connects to a vacuum pump, while the other connects to a source of purified gas. This setup allows for the safe and efficient handling of compounds sensitive to exposure to open air.
Manifold, #15 O-Ring Joints with 4mm double hollow high vacuum stopcocks. This four–port manifold is fitted with two 14/20 and 24/40 inner joints, and is 100mm center to center. #15 O-ring joint stopper and #15 O-ring joint to serrated hose adapter have to be ordered separately.
With a serrated hose connection (10mm O.D.). Main tube is 22mm O.D. and the distance between valves is 100mm center to center.
Supplied with high vacuum valve with PTFE O-ring at tip and PTFE wiper to protect FKM O-ring on shaft.
General purpose manifold with 2mm or 4mm PTFE stopcocks. Main tube is 22mm O.D. with serrated hose connection (10mm O.D.). Delivery ports have 10mm serrated hose connections. Distance between stopcocks is 75mm.
With 4mm double oblique, high vacuum hollow glass stopcocks precision ground with corresponding numbers on barrel and plug. Lower vacuum chambers on stopcock are evacuated with a separate hole in the plug in order to hold the plug in the stopcock barrels. Beams are 22mm O.D. with 10mm hose connections....
General purpose double bank manifold for use with vacuum and inert gas. Supplied with 0-4mm high vacuum valves for grease-free operation. Both banks are made from 22mm medium wall tubing and have all banks open. Ports are spaced 100mm center to center and have an O.D. of 10mm.