Solinst Bonded FEP Lined LDPE Tubing Spools

The Solinst bonded FEP lined low-density polyethylene (LDPE) tubing is designed for use with Model 407/408 pumps.

Features

  • Mounted on a spool
  • Inner sample tubing is lined with FEP
  • Resistant to chemicals
Your Price $202.00
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Solinst Bonded FEP Lined LDPE Tubing Spools109402 Bonded FEP lined LDPE tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, 100 ft. roll
$202.00
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Solinst Bonded FEP Lined LDPE Tubing Spools 108546 Bonded FEP lined LDPE tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, 250 ft. roll
$504.00
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Solinst Bonded FEP Lined LDPE Tubing Spools
109402
Bonded FEP lined LDPE tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, 100 ft. roll
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$202.00
Solinst Bonded FEP Lined LDPE Tubing Spools
108546
Bonded FEP lined LDPE tubing, 0.17" ID x 0.25" OD, 250 ft. roll
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$504.00
ImagePart#Product DescriptionPriceStockOrder
Solinst Bonded Tubing Reel Assemblies 103888 Model SC2000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (up to 200 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
$410.00
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Solinst Model SC3000 Dual Tubing Reel Assembly 107213 Model SC3000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (250 to 450 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
$467.00
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Solinst Bonded Tubing Reel Assemblies 107844 Model SC3500 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (500 to 1250 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
$1,054.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Model SC2000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (up to 200 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$410.00
Solinst Model SC3000 Dual Tubing Reel Assembly
107213
Model SC3000 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (250 to 450 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
In Stock
$467.00
Solinst Bonded Tubing Reel Assemblies
107844
Model SC3500 1/4" bonded tubing reel assembly (500 to 1250 ft) for Model 407/408 pumps
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,054.00
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