Hach Hard-Sided Carrying Case

The Hach hard-sided carrying case is ideal for toting instruments and accessories in the field.

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  • Hard-sided case is field-ready
  • Provides portability for Hach instruments
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The Hach hard-sided carrying case is ideal for toting instruments and accessories in the field. Protect colorimeters and reagents from the elements in this sturdy case with convenient handle.
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