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Watermark Bottom Aquatic Kick Net

Watermark Bottom Aquatic Kick Net

Description

The bottom aquatic kick net is perfect for qualitative sampling of benthic organisms in streams, rivers, and lake shores.

Features

  • Stainless steel rectangular frame
  • Detachable, 60" aluminum handle and deep reinforced 500 m Nitex nylon net
  • EPA approved for Rapid Bioassay Assessment Programs
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The WaterMark bottom aquatic kick net is perfect for qualitative sampling of benthic organisms in streams, rivers, and lake shores. This net is EPA approved for Rapid Bioassay Assessment Programs.
Notable Specifications:
  • 10" x 18" stainless steel rectangular frame
  • 60" aluminum handle
  • 10" deep reinforced 500m Nitex nylon net
What's Included:
  • (1) Stainless steel rectangular frame
  • (1) Detachable, 60" aluminum handle with stainless steel threaded attachment
  • (1) 10" deep reinforced 500m Nitex nylon net
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Watermark Bottom Aquatic Kick Net 77921 Bottom aquatic kick net
$249.96
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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