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Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Heavy-Duty Cylindrical LLDPE Tanks with Spigots

Versatility at a lower cost than stainless-steel tanks.

$545.21 - $1,201.06

Specifications

Material LLDPE
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 Disclaimers

Limited warranty period: Subject to all warranty requirements and exclusions set out in our Terms and Conditions of Sale, this product is warranted from the date we ship the product and for ninety (90) days thereafter. Disclaimer to internal research use restriction: Any restrictions on the purchaser to utilize the product(s) for internal research purposes only does not apply to the product(s) on the web pages associated with this statement. Caution: Plastic tanks are generally subject to more severe conditions that plastic labware; exposure is constant, stresses are greater and different classes and concentrations of chemicals are involved. Please pay special attention to chemical compatibility.

Products
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Capacity Price Quantity    

14-831-312A

 
thermo scientific™
11102-0005
5 gal., 19L Each for $545.21

14-831-312B

 
thermo scientific™
11102-0007
Each for $690.94

14-831-312C

 
thermo scientific™
11102-0010
Each for $690.94

14-831-312D

 
thermo scientific™
N111020015
15 gal., 56.8L Each for $734.15

14-831-312E

 
thermo scientific™
11102-0030
30 gal., 113.5L Each for $852.88

14-831-312F

 
thermo scientific™
11102-0055
55 gal., 208L Each for $1,201.06
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Material LLDPE

Versatility at a lower cost than stainless-steel tanks. Impact- and abrasion-resistant Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Heavy-Duty Cylindrical LLDPE Tanks with Spigots withstand most acid, alcohols and bases. Offered in sizes from 19 to 208L.

Features:

  • Needle Type Tank Spigot (Cat. No. 6421) installed to allow draw off
  • 5/8 (15.9mm) I.D. 
  • Not autoclavable

Included:
Cover

Note:
Tanks used at elevated temperatures or with high specific-gravity liquids should be externally supported.

Caution: Plastic tanks are generally subject to more severe conditions that plastic labware; exposure is constant, stresses are greater and different classes and concentrations of chemicals are involved. Please pay special attention to chemical compatibility.