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Geotech Hand Pump Transfer Vessels

Geotech Hand Pump Transfer Vessels

Description

Geotech hand pump transfer vessels may be used for liquid transfer or siphoning from one container into another.

Features

  • Compression port fittings
  • Uses 3/8" or 1/2" OD tubing
  • Holds up to 1 liter of liquid
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Geotech Hand Pump Transfer Vessels 77500001 Transfer vessel, 1 L, 1/4" ID x 3/8" OD compression ports
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Geotech Hand Pump Transfer Vessels 77500002 Transfer vessel, 1 L, 3/8" ID x 1/2" OD compression ports
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Geotech Hand Pumps 87500001 Plastic hand pump, 5' tubing (1/4" ID x 3/8" OD)
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