Thermo Scientific Nalgene Cylindrical Polypropylene Tank with Cover
Resist stress cracking and increase tolerance to many organic chemicals with this polypropylene tank with Cover, an economic alternative to stainless-steel tanks.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific 112000010
Resist stress cracking and increase tolerance to many organic chemicals with the Thermo Scientific Nalgene Cylindrical Polypropylene Tank with Cover, an economic alternative to stainless-steel tanks.Autoclavable cylindrical tanks are available in sizes ranging from 19L to 378L with a matching cover to significantly reduce evaporation and contamination.
Factory-installed spigots available. Nalgene Tank Liners, Cat. No. 343050, are sold separately.
Tanks used at elevated temperatures or with high specific-gravity liquids should be externally supported.
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