BOTTLE, NALGENE HDPE WM SET - 2 oz. (60mL),4 oz (125mL) & 8 oz (250mL)

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Set includes 1 each of 2 oz. (60mL), 4 oz (125mL) & 8 oz (250mL) Wide Mouth Bottles


Rigid, translucent bottles are suitable for storing a variety of items including liquids, solids, and chemicals

Includes: Polypropylene screw caps

Leakproof
Higher temperature-use rating than LDPEup to 120C (248F) for short periods and 110C (230F) for continuous uses
Brittleness temperature at -100C (-148F)
Bottles may be radiation, EtO, or chemically sterilized; not autoclavable

Manufacturer assigns the term leakproof to bottle/closure systems with closures smaller than 100mm after they are filled with water, are inverted, and withstand air pressure of 2psig for 2 minutes; or to bottle/closure systems of 100 or 120mm after they are filled with water and inverted for 15 minutes, and no water escapes. Note: these tests, using other liquids, may not yield the same results.)

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