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Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 415 521 260
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 416 313 030
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: G417121100
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 413 000 045
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 412 024 250
 
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Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 629 207 025
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 411 205 050
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 415 154 250
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 511 101 100B
 
Simax Glass®, because of its chemical composition and properties, belongs to the group of clear “hard” borosilicate glasses “3.3” characterized by high thermal and chemical stability, as defined by the international standard ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass 3.3 - Properties (or by identical Czech version of the standard _N ISO 3585: Borosilicate glass - Properties, or German DIN ISO 3585). The glass fully meets the requirements set down by these standards. Pryrex 7740 and Duran 8330 belong to this same class.
Simax Glass® is used in applications where the highest demands are put on products regarding their thermal and chemical stability. Its neutral formulation will not interfere with substances or preparations coming into contact with them, i.e. in chemistry, petrochemistry, food industry, cooling technologies, power engineering, metallurgy, health service, microbiology, pharmacy, engineering, laboratories, home preparation of foods.
The drawn tubing and rod products are manufactured using the latest technology that yields pristine surfaces that are smooth and pore-free, perfectly transparent, and corrosion-resistant. The quality is not only on the surface and in the glass but is also in the production methods and philosophy of Kavalier Glassworks. This process and dedication produces consistent and clearly superior results.
Part No: 415 710 139
 

 
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