Photoredox Box Vial Holders

Vial holders in multiple formats

These Photoredox Box Holders are designed for our PhotoRedOx Box HCK1006-01-016, our PhotoRedOx DUO HCK1006-01-023, and our PhotoRedOx TC HCK1006-01-025. They are compatible with most vial formats (0.3 ml, 2 ml, 4 ml and 20 ml vials). (Patent Pending)

Photoredox Box Holders: Multiple vial sizes supported

32 x 0.3 ml vials holder

Product Number
HCK1006-01-017

Description:
32 X 0.3 ml vials photochemistry holder

Vial Size:
0.3 mL Vial
6mm x 32mm

2ml_photochemistry_holder

Product Number
HCK1006-01-018

Description:
8 x 2 ml vials photochemistry holder

Vial Size:
HPLC Vials
12mm x 32mm

photoredox box holder

Product Number
HCK1006-01-019

Description:
8 x 4 ml vials photochemistry holder

Vial Size:
1 DRAM
15mm x 45mm

8ml photochemistry holder

Product Number
HCK1006-01-020

Description:
8 x 8 ml vials photochemistry holder

Vial Size:
2-5mL Microwave Vial
17 mm x 83mm
Round Bottom Vials

2 DRAM
17mm x 60mm

20ml photochemistry holder

Product Number
HCK1006-01-021

Description:
2 x 20 ml vials photochemistry holder

Vial Size:
20 ml Vial
28mm x 61mm

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