Container securely holds strips during autoclaving

March 1, 1996
Brasseler introduces the perfect way to sterilize your Gateway Diamond strips. This container/ tube will securely hold six diamond strips during autoclaving or dry-heat process. The anodized, aluminum tube is a two-part container that screws together. The strips and container are both available as a kit-order No. 000-125-under an introductory price. Also, the tube can be purchased separately-order No. A101. Diamond strips shown in tube are sold separately.

Brasseler introduces the perfect way to sterilize your Gateway Diamond strips. This container/ tube will securely hold six diamond strips during autoclaving or dry-heat process. The anodized, aluminum tube is a two-part container that screws together. The strips and container are both available as a kit-order No. 000-125-under an introductory price. Also, the tube can be purchased separately-order No. A101. Diamond strips shown in tube are sold separately.

For details, call 800-841-4522 (USA) or 800-363-3838 (Canada) or circle the number below.

BRASSELER USA

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