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Magnetic Stirring Bars HUBERLAB.

Cylindrical magnetic stirring bars offer excellent centering and smooth running characteristics. PTFE-encapsulated magnetic core (Alnico 5), standard magnetic stirring bar, universal chemical resistance. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +250°C

 
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Magnetic Stirring Bar Retrievers HUBERLAB.

For the removal of stirring bars from aggressive liquids, prevents loss of stirring bars. PTFE-encapsulated stirring bar retriever with strong permanent magnet (Alnico 5), universal chemical resistance. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +250°C.

 
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Magnetic Stirring Bars with Pivot Ring HUBERLAB.

PTFE-encapsulated magnetic core (Alnico 5), cylindrical shape with pivot ring, universal chemical resistance. They provide a bigger surface area. Very steady spinning position with additional turbulences. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +250°C

 
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Triangular Magnetic Stirring Bars HUBERLAB.

PTFE-encapsulated magnetic core (Alnico 5), universal chemical resistance. For big vessels, strong turbulence at relatively low speeds. Useful for mixing reagents which resist dissolving or for avoiding any residues at the bottom of the vessels. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +...

 
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Egg-Shaped Magnetic Stirring Bars HUBERLAB.

PTFE-encapsulated magnetic core (Alnico 5), universal chemical resistance. Ideal for stirring in round bottom flasks. Shape mimics that of the flasks and assures complete mixing. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +250°C

 
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Star Head Magnetetic Stirring Bars HUBERLAB.

PTFE-encapsulated magnetic core (Alnico 5), universal chemical resistance. Optimum stirring in tall, narrow diameter vessels due to symmetrical fins on both sides. Ideal stirring bar for cuvettes or test tubes. Temperature resistance: from -200°C to +250°C.

 
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