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Ohaus 30400092, Erlenmeyer Flask Clamp, 2.8 L (Pack of 2 pcs)

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Ohaus 30400092, Erlenmeyer Flask Clamp, 2.8 L (Pack of 2 pcs)

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Product description

30400092, Erlenmeyer Flask Clamp, 2.8 L Designed to hold Erlenmeyer flasks from 10 mL to 6 L. Constructed of type 302 and 304 stainless steel. Includes hardware for easy attachment to platforms. Flask clamps 50 mL and higher are supplied with a spring to hold the flask in place. The 2.8 L clamp is designed to hold a Fernbach flask. Media bottle clamps feature the same details as flask clamps.

Ohaus 30400092, Erlenmeyer Flask Clamp, 2.8 L (Pack of 2 pcs)

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