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Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles

Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles

Description

Made of High-Density Polyethylene, these durable, general-purpose bottles can be used in the lab or field.

Features

  • Excellent chemical resistance to most acids, bases, and alcohols
  • Good for freezer use to -100 degrees C
  • Suitable for shipping liquids
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$4.44
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Made of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), these durable, general-purpose bottles can be used for countless applications in the lab or field because they are translucent and more rigid than LDPE.

The wide mouth makes it easy to fill with dry materials or liquids. The bottle offers excellent chemical resistance to most acids, bases, and alcohols. The bottle can be frozen to -100 degrees C and is suitable for shipping liquids.
What's Included:
  • (1) Wide mouth sampling bottle
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles 53596 Wide mouth sampling bottle, 125mL
$4.44
In Stock
Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles 53597 Wide mouth sampling bottle, 250mL
$7.04
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Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles 53664 Wide mouth sampling bottle, 500mL
$9.65
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Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles 53665 Wide mouth sampling bottle, 1000mL
$15.29
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Nalgene Wide Mouth Sampling Bottles 53662 Wide mouth sampling bottle, 2000mL
$23.03
Usually ships in 3-5 days

Questions & Answers

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What are the dimensions of the 1L and the 2L Nalgene wide mouth sample bottles?
The 1 L Nalgene wide mouth sample bottle is 91 mm x 199 mm (diameter x height) and the 2 L bottle is 119 mm x 244 mm.

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