With the appropriate solvents, the extraction thimbles enable to extract specific particles from a solid substance, allowing a more accurate and swifter analysis.
They are neutral and fat free and offer a high mechanical strength and an excellent retention capacity.
Depending on the temperature of the extraction you want to proceed with, we suggest that you use either, from lowest to highest temperatures, cellulose, glass microfibre or quartz microfibre thimbles.
Cellulose extraction thimbles are made of pure cotton linter fibres, without binder, and are used for the extraction of particles from solid substances. The high quality of the material used enable the reproduction of analysis in the best conditions.
Glass microfibre extraction thimbles are made without binder. They are more resistant than cellulose thimbles and can admit particle extraction at temperatures up to 500˚C.
Quartz microfibre extraction thimbles are made without binder. They are the most resistant during particle extraction at temperatures up to 900˚C.