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1.4 mm Acid Washed Zirconium Beads

1.4 mm Acid Washed Zirconium Beads, 250 gm

$181.00
SKU: BAWZ 1400-250-31

Zirconium beads are more dense than silica, yet less expensive than stainless steel.  1.4 mm Zirconium Beads are suitable for homogenizing soft tissues, insects, and leaf material. 

Beads are ready-to-use, having been treated with acidified water to remove fine particles, dust, and other impurities typically found in untreated beads, and further baked to drive off organic impurities.

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