Hach Sample Transport Kit

Hach Sample Transport Kit


The Hach Sample Transport Kit can store a large number of field samples, while keeping them cool and leak-free.


  • Can easily keep all field samples cold throughout transport
  • Includes a plastic-coated rack that has fifteen different compartments for sampling bag storage
  • Each of the 100 Whirl-Pak sampling bags are 177mL and contain dechlorinating agent
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The Hach sample transport kit includes everything needed to collect field samples. In addition, it can keep the samples cold while they are being transported. A Rubbermaid Cooler, a plastic-coated rack with 15 compartments, a leak-proof refrigerant pack, and 100 Whirl-Pak sampling bags are included.
Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 13" x 9.5" x 8.75"
What's Included:
  • (1) Rubbermaid Cooler
  • (1) Plastic-coated rack
  • (100) 177mL Whirl-Pak sampling bags
  • (1) Leak-proof refrigerant pack
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Hach Sample Transport Kit 2568700 Sample transport kit
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