Water-powered vacuum pumps?
none at none.com
Thu Oct 10 13:26:22 EST 2002
I see the link I previously sent was truncated. Be sure to add the "92"
after the "5" so that it reads ". . . =592
"Tim" <none at none.com> wrote in message
news:ao4gfr$h6g$1 at eeyore.INS.cwru.edu...
> With D.K.'s hint I looked at Nalgene's on-line catalog and found this:
> I hope this helps!
> Tim Spahlinger
> "Duncan Clark" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Historians believe that in newspost <ao17p0$mjg$1 at pegasus.csx.cam.ac.uk>
> > on Wed, 9 Oct 2002, C Coward <cc122 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk> penned the
> > following literary masterpiece:
> > >We're after one of those things you put on a tap to generate a vacuum
> > >(well, reduced ressure for aspiration at least). Any idea of any (UK)
> > >sources? I've had a look in the Fisher & Sigma catalogues, but can't
> > >anything appropriate (but then again, I don't really know what they're
> > >likely to be called).
> > Well I can't find them either in the VWR (ex BDH) 2002 UK catalogue.
> > There is nothing under aspirators, buchner, vacuum, water etc.
> > If you are still stuck, phone LIG Supplies (01354 650078), ask for
> > Graham , mention my name (so he knows who to blame :-)) ) and he will
> > know exactly where to get one. They act as agents for most suppliers and
> > I have used them for 15 years for most general supplies.
> > Duncan
> > --
> > I love deadlines. I especially like the whooshing noise they make as
> > they go flying by.
> > Duncan Clark
> > GeneSys Ltd.
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