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YSI 6820/6920 Sonde Extended Transport Cup Tube

YSI 6820/6920 Sonde Extended Transport Cup Tube

Description

The YSI 6820/6920 extended calibration & transport cup tube is used both for sensor calibration and storage.

Features

  • Requires 605294 transport cup lid and 068267 gasket
  • Recommended for use with 6136 turbidity sensor
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$71.70
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6820/6920 Sonde Extended Transport Cup Tube 655488 Extended calibration & transport cup tube, 6820/6920
$71.70
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6820/6920 Sonde Transport Cup Lid 605294 Transport cup lid, 6820/6920
$34.88
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YSI 6820/6920 Sonde Transport Cup Gasket 068267 Transport cup gasket, 6820/6920
$7.31
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