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Floating Bubble Rack 8 Place Fits 400ml Beaker; 1.5ml MCT Tubes

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Made especially for use with beakers, these space-saving racks are ideal for small quantities of tubes and perfect for use in microbiology and immunology labs. They are molded of buoyant TPX® brand polymethylpentene with tiny bubbles throughout for additional buoyancy. Insert tubes from the top and easily remove them by pressing the rack down on the bench.

•        Buoyant polymethylpentene rack is ideal for incubating microtubes in a beaker of water
•        Withstands boiling for 30 minutes at 100°C (212°F)
•        Steam autoclavable at 121°C (250°F)
•        Leg length: 19mm (3/4"); thickness: 6.4mm (1/4")
•        10.8mm (7/16") holes fit 1.5ml MCT tubes
•        Fits in 400ml beaker; O.D.: 66mm
•        8 places

Product Floating Bubble Rack 8 Place Fits 400ml Beaker; 1.5ml MCT Tubes
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