Sampling the Environment?
Water sampling requires clean and particle free sampling containers. In order to ensure proper test results, containers should be chemically stable.
- Experts say that polyethylene can be used for any type of water sampling and as such, the material is particularly used to sample water that will be tested for radioactivity;
- Collection of plant samples for plant disease identification.
Complies with regulatory and industry requirements :
- EPA (US Environment Protection Agency)
The Opaque TWIRL’EM is used by food, research, pharmaceutical and environmental industries.Details
Labplas suggests using ourr Stand-Up bag which is available in sizes of 4.5 x 9 in and 6 x 9 in. A gusset at the bottom of the bag allows it to stand-up with only a small amount of liquid inside.Details
The thio tablets neutralize chlorine, iodine and other biocides or oxidizing agents found in water. They allow experts to find pathogens that couldn't be detected due to the presence of biocides and oxidizing agents.Details
TWIRL’EM ECOLO, leading the industry as the first green bag for all laboratories and Mother Nature since 2008. They are an economical and time-saving green alternative to rigid containers.Details
These sterile sampling bags with their built-in secure closure tabs are ideal for the shipping and storage of all forms of sample material.Details
Labplas offers a full line of essential accessories to complement our product lines.Details