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5/32 Stainless Steel Grinding Balls

Grinding Balls, Stainless Steel, 5/32'', Bottle of 5000

SKU: GBSS 156-5000-01

Our 5/32” Stainless Steel Grinding Balls are used with 96 deep well plates and 2 ml microfuge tubes to bead beat.  Our 5/32” Stainless Steel Grinding Balls are made of 440C stainless steel, allowing them to be retrieved with a magnet, while remaining resistant to corrosion.

All of our grinding balls are ready-to-use and have been treated to remove residual oils and contaminants.

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