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Angle Rotor with 323 Sealed Buckets, 4 50 ml from Thermo Scientific

ProductsAngle Rotor with 323 Sealed Buckets, 4 50 ml from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item Angle Rotor with 323 Sealed Buckets, 4 50 ml
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Description 45° Fixed Angle Rotor for use in the IEC Centra CL2, Centra CL3CL3R, and Centra-MP4/MP4R. Perfect for rapid concentration of sputum samples and other difficult to separate infectious samples. Provides individual aerosol containment. Complete with rotor and 4 sealed shields.
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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