I would also be interested in a cost estimate. On the Lesker website one
needs to fill out forms first.
We may have some 10L of used Fomblin piled up, all still very clear, it may
be worth a try getting it recycled.
On 10 July 2018 at 02:31, James Kababick <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I would be interested in learning about options too. We just shelled out
> $900 for 1 liter of oil.
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> Hi All,
> Does anyone have experience with recycling PFPE vacuum oil (Fomblin,
> Krytox, F4, etc)? There are several companies that appear offer this as a
> service (Ideal Vac, Kurt Lesker, TMC industries, Vac Oil, Precise Pump
> What is your perception of the recycled oil quality? Are there any
> companies that work with smaller batch sizes (<1 gallon)?
> PFPE works great in ICP-MS applications but it would be nice to save a few
> bucks because it's fairly expensive to buy new.
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