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Kysor Alarmstat 1002-07685-31 Temperature Sensor (195 Degree) on 2040-parts.com

US $19.95
Location:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
New Old Stock purchased at government surplus auction. Multiple items for sale. Some in boxes, some not in boxes, all unused. Check photos.
Brand:Kysor Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Manufacturer Part Number:1002-07685-31 UPC:Does Not Apply

Kysor Alarmstat 1002-07685-31 Temperature Sensor (195 Degree)

This auction is for 1 unit. I am starting this auction with 15 for sale. All of them are new old stock pieces purchased at a government surplus auction. None have ever been used and/or installed. Please note that I have taken a couple of photos to show you the relative new/unused condition of all. You may not receive the exact unit shown in the photos.

Please check the photos and specifications carefully to ensure this will work for your application.

Free shipping is included.

Discounts available for multiple unit purchases. Just make me an offer or get in touch directly.


Accessories: Includes ONLY what is shown in photos and/or listed in the description.


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