Nielsen, Erik C. Nielsen.Erik at epa.gov
Thu Aug 6 14:12:22 CDT 2015

For those in the United States.

We have discontinued the use of the 4L marinelli geometry in our mobile laboratory and are looking for a good home for our remaining stock.

Specifications of the containers are:

433N-E w/ LIDS

Liquid and Solid Analysis Containers
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Model 433N-E Analysis Container With Lid
Endcap diameter: 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
Beaker P/N: 433N
Lid P/N: L-8

Sample Type: Liquid or Solid
Maximum Height: 7.0 inches (17.8 cm)
Maximum Diameter: 7.9 inches (20.1 cm)
Minimum Well Diameter: 3.33 inches (8.5 cm)
Height of Well: 3.0 inches (7.6 cm)
Freeboard Volume @ 1": 3.67 liters
Beaker Material: Polypropylene
Lid Material: Polyethylene


Quantity Per Case: 15
Weight Per Case: 13 pounds
Shipping Dimensions: 17"x17"x17"
UPS Dimensional Weight: Domestic 26 pounds

These containers are available for local pickup or you pay the shipping to your location.  We have 20 cases (300 containers).  These are available to Federal, State, Local government labs as well as colleges and universities (public and private). Commercial laboratories are also eligible, though the priority would go to public/non-profit organizations first.

We would be willing to palletize the containers for commercial transportation pickup or you could arrange to with a commercial package vendor for "call-tags".  We are UNABLE to pay for any shipping costs. We are only shipping whole cases.

You do not have to take the full quantity. We will be happy to have these put to good use. They have been stored in a climate controlled warehouse for approximately 5 years so they are not "new" or fresh production.

If you know of an organization that would be interested feel free to forward this email.

Erik C. Nielsen
Health Physicist
USEPA, National Analytical Radiation Environmental Laboratory
540 South Morris Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36115
Phone 334-270-3475
Fax 334-270-3454

"It's not having what you want.  It's wanting what you've got."
Sheryl Crow, Soak up the Sun,  2002

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