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PYREX™ Polypropylene Caps for Erlenmeyer Flasks Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

As supplied with Pyrex™ Brand Media/Solution bottles. Choose orange caps for temperatures to 140°C (284°F), red caps for temperatures to 180°C (356°F).

Manufacturer:  PYREX™ 431339

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Catalog No. 07-202-529


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Description

Description

  • Threaded cap
  • Vented cap has 0.2 μm pore nonwettable (hydrophobic) membrane
  • Allows gas exchange while minimizing the risk of contamination
  • Sterilized by gamma radiation

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Specifications

Specifications

Orange
Orange
4.8 cm
0.2μm pore nonwettable (hydrophobic) membrane
1/Pk.
284°F
Yes
Vented
Polypropylene
Style: Vented
2L Erlenmeyer flask
24/Cs.
Cap
140°C
Sterile
SDS
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Disclaimer: This product is not intended to mitigate the presence of microorganisms on surfaces or in the environment, where such organisms can be deleterious to humans or the environment.