Hach Glass Sample Cells

Glass sample cells, 1" round, 10-20-25mL marks, pack of 6

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  • For use with colorimeters and spectrophotometers
  • Screw caps included
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Hach Glass Sample Cells2401906 Glass sample cells, 1" round, 10-20-25mL marks, pack of 6
$53.95
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Hach Glass Sample Cells
2401906
Glass sample cells, 1" round, 10-20-25mL marks, pack of 6
Drop ships from manufacturer
$53.95
  • Material: Glass
  • Path Length: 25 mm
  • Weight: 1 lb
  • (6) Sample cells
  • (6) Screw caps
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