Thermo Fisher Scientific Improves Water Sample Collection With New Containers

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Improves Water Sample Collection With New Containers

March 31
22:46 2012

Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, has introduced a new range of Thermo Scientific Sterilin Water Sampling Bottles that better protect samples against contamination and other damage after collection. Designed for either chlorinated or non-chlorinated water sampling, the new bottles are available in two designs – square and rectangular, and both styles improve handling and traceability over standard containers. The over-cap design of the bottles reduces the risk of contamination as well as bottle-neck damage that can occur during transit. Tamper-evident seals also reduce the need for re-testing.

The square bottles, available in 500mL and 1000mL volumes, have a lower profile than many other models, making them ideal for use in restricted-access areas. Rectangular bottles, available in 350mL and 500mL capacity, have a flatter style that is useful when storage space is limited.

Thermo Scientific Sterilin Water Sampling Bottles are lightweight and durable, ideal for use within industrial applications. Manufactured from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), these bottles are available dosed with a buffered sodium thiosulphate (Na Thiosulphate) solution or undosed. Product specifications can also be tailored to individual customer requirements. For full details, call +44 (0)844 844 3737, email info@sterilin.co.uk or visit www.sterilin.co.uk.

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