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Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit

Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit

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EnviroSCAN FlatCap standard installation kit, 0.5m

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What's Included:
  • (1) Top cap assembly
  • (1) Probe rod, EnviroSCAN Flat Cap
  • (1) Access tube
  • (1) Internal probe cable, EnviroSCAN Flat Cap
  • (1) Herbie Clip
  • (1) Cutting edge
  • (1) Expandable bung
  • (1) Interface mount (with screws)
  • (1) Silica gel bag
  • (1) Ferrite bead
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit 00524 EnviroSCAN FlatCap standard installation kit, 0.5m Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit 01024 EnviroSCAN FlatCap standard installation kit, 1m
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Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit 01524 EnviroSCAN FlatCap standard installation kit, 1.5m
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Sentek EnviroSCAN FlatCap Standard Installation Kit 02024 EnviroSCAN FlatCap standard installation kit, 2m
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