Southwest Retort, Volume 6, Number 6, March 1954 Page: 2
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Strong, light and fully flexible, TYGON Tubing
makes the toughest lab "set-up" easy. It goes from
anywhere to anywhere in the laboratory. It
bends and twists readily - conforms to the light-
est touch. It slips over tubulatures quickly -
RY What's more, TYGON is chemically resistant,
LER! glass-clear and non-oxidizing. It resists both
acids and alkalies plus oils, greases, water,
and most solvents. Its unusual clarity permits
full solution visibility, accurate flow con-
trol. Its non-oxidizing characteristics mean
long service life.
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