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Description The new IKATUBE ULTRA TURRAX Tube Disperser System from IKA Works is the worlds first closed homogenizing system. It offers a cleaner, safer, and more efficient way to disperse samples. The IKATUBE system processes sample volumes from 2 to 15 ml inside sealed tubes. Depending on their sample type, researchers can choose one of 4 different tube types. Each tube is hermetically sealed for maximum safety and hygiene during dispersing, stirring, and milling. And since each tube is designed to be used only once, clean up is a breeze.
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USA Office
2635 North Chase Pkwy SE
NC 28405-7419 Wilmington
USA

In Germany / Deutschland:
IKA Werke GmbH & Co. KG
Janke & Kunkel-Str. 10
D-79219 Staufen
Germany / Deutschland
Phone: +49 7633 831-0
Fax: +49 7633 831-98

Customer Service: (910) 452-7059
Fax Number: (910) 452-7693
Web Site: http://www.ika.net
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