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AR01029 Copper Oxide Wire

Alpha Part No.
AR01029
UOM
250G

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OEM Part Numbers

Elementar® 03 679 905
OEM Part No: The use of the OEM part numbers is intended for convenience only and does not imply that the products are of OEM origin. All OEM trade marks acknowledged.

Compatible Instruments

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Frequently bought with

  • Tin Foil Cups, 36mm X 36mm

    Alpha Part: AR2186-200 | UOM: 200
    OEM Parts: Elementar® 05 000 429 , Gerhardt® 7718, LECO® 502-186, 502-186-200, Velp® A00000153, Costech® 041071
  • Rare Earth Copper Oxide

    Alpha Part: AR170 | UOM: 50G
    OEM Parts: LECO® 501-170, Eltra 90289/90290, Bruker® L014000170, Horiba® 014 002 955/905.120.240.001, Elementar® EAS OXYCAT 4
  • Rare Earth Copper Oxide

    Alpha Part: AR170 | UOM: 50G
    OEM Parts: LECO® 501-170, Eltra 90289/90290, Bruker® L014000170, Horiba® 014 002 955/905.120.240.001, Elementar® EAS OXYCAT 4
  • Copper Sticks

    Alpha Part: AR189 | UOM: 100G
    OEM Parts: LECO® 502-189/502-282/502-705, Elementar® 03 679 924/05 000 699, Horiba® 3014006855/905.201.360.001
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