[meteorite-list] DISPLAY CASES

From: FERNLEA4_at_aol.com <FERNLEA4_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:42:05 2004
Message-ID: <f.f0402a5.27a19aec_at_aol.com>

In a message dated 25/01/01 14:34:03 GMT Standard Time, GShanos_at_aol.com

<< I am in search of the following display cases. They contain a clear gel
 forms an airtight seal when a meteorite is inserted. >>


They look very similar to several type of boxes that I use here, but they are
not filled with gel. A very thin membrane covers each end of the box halves
so that when the box is clipped together, it grips the specimen firmly
between the clear membranes.
The membranes are virtually invisible and the specimen seems to be floating
in mid-air.
I'm not sure where to order them from but I believe they are mainly used in
medical circles.

Rob Elliott.
Fernlea Meteorites,
The Wynd,
Milton of Balgonie,
Fife. KY7 6PY
United Kingdom
Tel: +44-(0)1592-751563
Fax: +44-(0)1592-751991
Email: fernlea4_at_aol.com
Received on Thu 25 Jan 2001 10:06:20 AM PST

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