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Instrument Grade n-Butane - C4H10 - r600
Instrument Grade n-butane is free of any sulfur-based mercaptan odorants, colorless, and clean. HPG Instrument Grade is tested for C1 to C5 carbon compounds.
- Instrument Grade 99.5% pure n-butane
- Boiling point: 30.2°F (-1°C)
- Melting point: -216.4°F (-138°C)
- Vapor pressure: 17 psig at 70°F (21.1°C)
- Molecular formula: C4-H10
- CAS Number: 106-97-8
- Fitted with CGA 555 valve for liquid-to-liquid applications. Note: HT cylinder fitted with 3/4" NPT valve
In-House Cylinder Cleaning
- Available in:
- 24 Pounds Instrument Grade
- 120 Pounds Instrument Grade
- 500 Pounds Instrument Grade
- Without cylinder (Customer supplies own cylinder)
- Purchase cylinder (Customer buys and owns the cylinder)
- Rent cylinder We will charge a deposit for the cylinder, which will be refunded upon return of the cylinder. The minimum rental period is (1) day, which includes the day the cylinder leaves our facilities through 4:00 p.m. the next day. The rental cost of a carbon steel cylinder is calculated as follows:
- LP5 cylinder for 24 pounds ($0.30 per day)
- FX cylinder for 120 pounds ($0.75 per day)
- HT cylinder for 500 pounds ($1.50 per day)
- Subscribe (Upon approval). Hassle-free subscription includes
- Carbon steel cylinder preparation - $100 value (HT cylinder)
- Cleaning of the cylinder - up to $150 value (HT cylinder)
- Re-painting of the cylinder - up to $75 value (HT cylinder)
- Re-valving from 510 valve to 555 liquid gas compliant valve - $60 value
- 555 valve fitting - $10 value
- 555 check valve - $30 value
- Certificate of Analysis (COA) - $100 value
n-Butane is a nonpolar four-carbon alkane with the molecular formula C4H10. It is a gas at standard temperature and can be compressed to liquid for easy transport. n-Butane is a by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining and is commonly used in the welding industry and for instrument calibration. Similar to isobutane and propane, n-butane is one of a group of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG).
99.5% Instrument Grade n-Butane and is ideal for instrument calibration.