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Resealable FEP Duralok™ Lab Sample Bags White Paper

Problems with Current Protocols and Attributes of Duralok™

Screen Shot 2017-03-14 at 12.39.12 PM.pngThe standard protocol for secure closure when collecting critical or caustic samples in laboratories or field environments has been to close the bag using clamps or by heat sealing the sample bag. There are challenges inherent in both of these options.

In this white paper, we discuss the top 5 problems with the current protocols:

  1. Difficult to handle
  2. High-performance environments
  3. Overall costs
  4. Field or environmental limitations
  5. Redundancy issues

The Duralok™ Solution

We offer the features, benefits, and uses of the first and only resealable Duralok™ bag. Read about how you can now solve the most pervasive problem that has plagued FEP and Kapton® bags since their inception almost 50 years ago. Fill out this form to download to download the white paper, “Top 5 Problems with Current Sealing Protocols for Critical or Caustic Sample Bags.”