Stainless steel sealed container with [CTH-AF] transparent acrylic lid


○ "stainless steel container can not see content" has solved the problem that.
○ lid there is no unobstructed transparent, you can overlook all the interior of the container while the lid closed.
○ glass excellent in transparency and impact resistance compared with, is safe not scatter debris large.
○ Because of the sealed container, shatterproof and of the contents, to prevent dust from entering from the outside.

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​Product Specifications

The container body, handle clip ... SUS304 ([CTH])

Lid ... transparent acrylic resin (Food Sanitation Law compliant products)

FutabanAtsu ... 13mm

Packing ... silicon rubber ([PQA]) (Food Sanitation Law compliant products)

● Surface treatment: the inner and outer surfaces buffing

● use conditions: atmospheric pressure (pressurization and depressurization is impossible)

● Operating temperature: -40 ℃ ~ 60 ℃

Capacity: 10L, 20L, 36L

Please contact us for any other capacity.

※ lid will cause fine cracks on the surface depending on the type of solvent.

Please do not place touching the vapor of the solvent.

Reference ​Dimensional Drawing


Please contact us.
There is an electrostatic acrylic and scratch acrylic. We will ask you for your request.
Is it possible to change the color packing?
Packing material do you change?
You can change the packing material. We will select the best packing contents. FKM (fluororubber), EPDM (ethylene propylene rubber), NBR (nitrile rubber), CR (chloroprene rubber)
It does not become visible even in stainless steel lid?
Or you can open a hole or with a joint?
Please contact us.

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