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250 ML Tinplate white Plain Rectangular Tin UN With Screw Neck

250 ML Tinplate white Plain Rectangular Tin UN With Screw Neck
£1.49

Availability: In stock - 5859 Remaining

The 250 ml Rectangular Tin is manufactured from tinplate which is sourced from approved suppliers. It has a plain internal finish and comes with the choice of several screw cap closures which can be selected from the 'Choose your lids' drop down menu. The tin has many applications that includes storing varnishes, solvents and oils. If you have any questions regarding this item please click on our livechat and we will be happy to help.
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250 ML Tinplate white Plain Rectangular Tin UN With Screw Neck
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    Specification

    SKU TRC0250ML25UNWP_BUNDLE
    Specific Capacity 250ml
    Capacity-Brimful (L) 0.275
    Tamper Evident (when purchased with tamper evident closure) Yes
    Height (mm) 139
    Length (mm) 72
    Width (mm) 37
    Weight (g) 60
    Neck Size 25mm
    Material Metal
    Specific Material Tinplate
    Internal Coating Plain
    Colour White
    Shape Rectangular
    Pack Quantity 65
    Pallet Quantity 3640
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