The Activator, Volume 1, Number 8, May 1945 Page: 191
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" eep tAem covered wAen not in ue"
* Trip Scales
* Torsion Balances
* Crystallizing Dishes
Fisher Cello-Metal Shields are strong,
light-weight covers made of clear cellu-
lose acetate sheet reinforced around the
bottom by a firm aluminum band. Be-
cause they weigh only one-thirtieth as
much as a glass bell jar of correspond-
ing size and are practically indestructi-
ble, these Cello-Metal Shields are sup-
planting the old glass bell jar as a dust
cover. They can be placed over an in-
strument with ease and without any dan-
ger of damaging the instrument or the
Cello-Metal Shields are transparent
and permit the covered object to stand in
full view yet protect it from dust and
corrosive fumes. A microscope or colori-
meter kept under a transparent Cello-
Metal Shield is less liable to be stolen,
since its disappearance would at once be
Size N o . .. ....... .......
Height, inches ..........
Diameter, inches .. 5 8
Each .......-... ......... $2.50 3.00
'Size No. 7 suggested for covering a microscope.
No. 3 Rectangular
No. .3 Rectangular
Size No. .......-.... . 1
Length, inches ........ 14
Width, inches .......... 8
Height, inches ........ 12
Each .......... ..... . . $7.50
2 3 4
8.25 7.50 8.75
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Headquarters for Laboratory Supplies
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