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Whirl-Pak® Coli-Test Bag



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sterility   sterile
packaging   pkg of 100 ea
mfr. no.   , B01417WA (Nasco)
W × L × thickness   7.5 cm × 18.5 cm × 0.064 mm
capacity   100 mL capacity


General description

The Coli-Test bag has been accepted by the EPA and is listed in the EPA Manual for the Certification of Laboratories Analyzing Drinking Water Section, 5th edition, January 2005.
The Coli-Test bag will save money three ways: less expensive than the bottle, lower freight charges, and reduced disposal costs. The bag is made of a special barrier film suitable for use with enzyme-based methods that result in a chromogen and/or a fluorogen release when total coliform and E. coli are present. The special film prevents color change from permeating through the bag, contaminating another sample and creating a false positive, and making contact with a person’s skin if they are not wearing gloves. It is sterile, contains 10 mg of active sodium thiosulfate to neutralize chlorine, has 4 oz. and 100 ml fill lines, and is completely self-standing - no rack or holder is needed to keep the bag upright. If the sample is not chlorinated, this bag can still be used; the sodium thiosulfate will not affect the sample, it is nontoxic and nonnutritive, and only neutralizes chlorine if present. A free color comparator is included in every box.

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