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Shandon Grosslab Junior Grossing Workstation

ProductsShandon Grosslab Junior Grossing Workstation
Company ThermoFisher Scientific
Item Shandon Grosslab Junior Grossing Workstation
Features 
  • Large sink with rapid positive drainage.
  • Vacuum breaker protected water supply.
  • Hands free faucet control by infrared sensors.
  • Two quiet methods of ventilation.
  • Flat stainless steel work surface.
  • Description The Shandon Grosslab Grossing Workstation comes in a bench top or stand alone design for the gross examination and sectioning of specimens.
    Info ThermoFisher Scientific
    Web site: http://www.thermo.com
    Web site: http://www.thermofisher.com/global/en/home.asp

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