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Bel-Art Introduces New Magic Touch 2™ Icewares

Published: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
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Superior insulation properties and features abound with the new Scienceware® Magic Touch 2™ ice buckets and ice pans.

For over twenty years Magic Touch™ Ice Buckets and Ice Pans have set the standard for durability and performance in the laboratory.

But a good thing can get better and Bel-Art Products is ready to prove it with the introduction of Magic Touch 2™ icewares.

“In addition to superior insulation properties, chemical resistance, and all the other features that have made Magic Touch™ icewares popular, new features of Magic Touch 2™ include a convenient pour spout to easily drain unwanted ice melt, drip-proof rims that keep the bench dry, and snug-fitting, keyed lids and bases for easy stacking,” according to Robert N. Petersen, Product Manager for Bel-Art Products.

Petersen continued, “Their lightly textured, non-slip finish and raised edge provides secure transport and a stylish look.”

Magic Touch 2™ Icewares are compatible not only with wet ice, but also with ultra-low temperature materials including dry ice, salt slurries, dry ice solvent slurries, or liquid nitrogen.

Able to withstand a wide temperature range of -196°C (-320°F) to 100°C (212°F), these high-quality, expanded urethane icewares are lightweight, durable, non-sweating and impervious to moisture and odors.

Scienceware® Magic Touch 2™ Ice Buckets are available in 2.5L and 4.0L sizes with lids. Ice Pans are available in 1.0L, 4.0L and 9.0L sizes with lid, and the 9.0L size without lid.

All are available in four vibrant new colors; ebony, true blue, cherry red and emerald green. Suggested list price ranges from $65.00 to $140.00.

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