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Pierceable Adhesive Film

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This material has the same adhesion properties as 4ti-0500 but the clear window over the sample is cross cut to allow for sample retrieval with a tip or probe. The lack of adhesive under the cross cut section reduces the risk of the tip or probe getting clogged. Peelable. Non-sterile.
Product Pierceable Adhesive Film
Company 4titude
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The North Barn, Surrey Hills Business Park, Damphurst Lane, Wotton, Surrey RH5 6QT, UK

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