Whirl-Pak® Bags



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Whirl-Pak® Standard Sterile Sampling Bags

Whirl-Pak® sample bags are made from blended virgin, low-density polyethylene and are used for taking samples of liquids, semi-solids, or solids. The white write-on strip makes sample identification easier and more convenient.
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Whirl-Pak® Black Bags

When it is necessary to protest a sample from light, the Whirl-Pak® Black Bag is specially designed for this application. The polyethylene film is made from pigmented resins so the black colour is an integral part of the bag and not a printed layer.
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Whirl-Pak® Bubble Bags

When shipping sample bottles and other fragile containers, protect them with the Whirl-Pak® Bubble Bag. The container slides into a bubble liner that is places inside the bag and is protected during shipping and handling.
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Whirl-Pak® Colour Sterile Sampling Bags

Whirl-Pak® bags with tape colors of white, blue, and red allow you to isolate samples according to the colored tape, providing an instant visual indicator for each section of the lab or plant, or to differentiate or separate samples.
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Whirl-Pak® Detectable Bags

Steel wire used for bag closure is detectable with standard metal detection equipment. Protect your product and maintain quality with these sampling bags.
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Whirl-Pak® High Temperature Sampling Bags

For hot fill samples with a temperature up to 102°C (15°F), the Whirl-Pak® High Temperature Bag is specially made for this application.
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Whirl-Pak® Pocket Bag

You’ll find many uses for this bag featuring an outside pocket for paperwork. The pocket on this 24oz (710ml) bag measures 5⅜” x 5⅝” (13.7 x 14.2cm) and keeps important paperwork dry, clean and separate from the sample.
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Whirl-Pak® Speci-Sponge® Environmental Surface Sampling Bags

The Whirl-Pak® Speci-Sponge® bag is designed for environmental surface sampling of work areas, equipment, animal carcasses, and any other place where testing of foodborne pathogens, or anthrax is required.
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