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Vials, 2 mL crimp top, clear glass, 12 x 32 mm

volume 2 mL, O.D. × H × I.D. 12 mm × 32 mm × 4.6 mm, pkg of 1000 ea

Synonym: PK1000 CLEAR CRIMP SEAL VIAL 2ML, STD OPENING

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Related Categories Analytical/Chromatography, Crimp Top Vials, 12 x 32 mm, Crimp Top Vials, Standard Opening, 12 x 32 mm, Crimp top vials, Glass vials,
material   clear glass vial
feature   closure type crimp top vial
  vial type standard opening
packaging   pkg of 1000 ea
O.D. × H × I.D.   12 mm × 32 mm × 4.6 mm
volume   2 mL
fitting   thread for 11 mm

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Crimp top vials, which require an 11mm seal, are available in a variety of styles. These vials have a solid glass finish and are available with a 4.6 or 6.0mm ID opening. The larger opening increases the target area for needle penetration. The crimp seals for these vials are available in a variety of colors.

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