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Resealable FEP Duralok™ Bags and Non-stick Storage

Posted by Mack Hendrick on Dec 8, 2017 12:58:20 PM

FEP Duralok™–A waste-free, storage solution for viscous, greasy, and/or sticky samples

Handling any kind of lab sample requires caution, the right lab equipment, and extreme precision on the part of the lab technician to maintain the integrity of the sample as well as the accuracy of results. A lot of this depends on the nature of the sample–it’s form being the most essential property to be mindful of. Viscous or sticky materials, and liquid and gas samples require more care and watchfulness than a sample that’s in solid or powder form.

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Topics: Duralok Technology, Non-Stick Storage

Resealable FEP Duralok™ Bags and Inertness

Posted by Mack Hendrick on Sep 20, 2017 10:10:33 AM

Is Protecting Lab Samples from Contamination a Priority for You?

Modern laboratories are hectic environments with personnel sharing equipment across overlapping workstations that may be near busy areas and limited instruments. Contamination most frequently occurs through avoidable procedural errors. Our FEP Duralok™ bags are resealable, inert, and designed to help you overcome some of these challenges.

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Topics: Duralok Technology, Duralok

Resealable FEP Duralok™ Bags and Enhanced Temperature Resistance

Posted by Mack Hendrick on Aug 17, 2017 12:05:06 PM

Does Your Medical or Research Application Require Enhanced Temperature Resistant Materials?

FEP and Kapton® films have long been the trusted materials for use in the medical and biopharmaceutical fields because of their ability to withstand extreme temperature applications. Our 100% FEP Duralok™ technology now adds portable, resealable, efficient, and effective enclosure convenience to FEP’s property of being resistant to enhanced temperatures.

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Topics: Duralok Technology

Introducing Resealable FEP Duralok™ Bags for Caustic or Critical Lab Samples!

Posted by Mack Hendrick on Jan 23, 2017 6:05:37 PM

Solving a 50-Year-Old Problem 

Once you put your critical or caustic sample inside your field sample bag, how do you close it?

Perhaps you’ve been using the standard protocol of either a clamp made of some other material, or have invested in expensive heat-sealing equipment that requires time, training, and resources to operate. Either option creates an extra step in your process, can present a rash of problems, and is inconvenient to use.

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Topics: Duralok, Duralok Technology, Resealable Test Sample Bags, Resealable Duralok Test Sample Bags

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