TB Bags, Red, 2.0 Mil, 6″ x 9″ (100/PK)

TB Bags, Red, 2.0 Mil, 6″ x 9″ (100/PK)


TB Bags, Red, 2.0 Mil, 6″ x 9″

Assist with safe transport of lab specimens
Single-use to reduce cross-contamination

10 in stock

SKU: 4001 Categories: , Brand:

Excellent for organizing and separating samples, food, candy, jewelry, bath bombs, cards, craft supplies, paper, office supplies, school supplies, hardware, collectibles, yarn, sewing kits, quilting supplies, toys, merchandise for resale, or makeup with protection from moisture and dust.

  • Bag Size: 6″ wide x 9″ high, below the zipper (152mm x 228mm)
  • Material: 2 Mil (.002” thick) transparent polyethylene (LDPE), FDA food storage compliant
  • Uses: Our 45+ sizes of zipper bags are extremely versatile and great for packaging, shipping, or storage.
  • 1000 Bags Per Case of 10 Inch x 10 Inch
  • Specimen Transfer Bag available in 2 Wall and 2 Mil.
  • Biohazard Bags are Both HDPE as well as LDPE biohazard waste liners.
  • Biohazard Bags Printed with biohazard symbol and text in English and Spanish.
  • Biohazard Bags are strong and star sealed at the bottom for more durability and protection.

Additional Information

Dimensions 11.9 × 11.8 × 6.8 in

3 reviews for TB Bags, Red, 2.0 Mil, 6″ x 9″ (100/PK)

  1. Very quick. Exactly as described and not bad value for money at all.

  2. Thank you!

  3. Excellent service, lovely, Highly recommended.

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