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29.5" 18" Dedicated Platform with (61) 125ml Clips, for Stackable Shakers from Thermo Scientific

Products29.5" 18" Dedicated Platform with (61) 125ml Clips, for Stackable Shakers from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item 29.5" 18" Dedicated Platform with (61) 125ml Clips, for Stackable Shakers
Price $1,938.00
Description Dedicated 29.5" X 18" platforms for Stackable shakers. These platforms are optimized for a particular flask clip size and are sold with a full load of flask clips.
Info Thermo ScientificThermo Scientific
450 Fortune Blvd.
Milford, MA 01757
Customer Service: North America: 1-877-THERMO-U
Fax Number: 508-520-2229
Web Site: http://www.thermo.com
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