SpeciSafe Ticks the Boxes for UN3373 Compliance
Jun 11 2019 Read 323 Times
Transport Single or Multiple Blood Tubes in SpeciSafe
Ensure safe and compliant transport of various types and quantities of evacuating blood collection tubes with the full range of SpeciSafe secondary mailing packs. These packs also accommodate microtubes, serum vials and cryovials.
Rigid Secondary Containment
SpeciSafe is constructed of rigid, robust materials providing shock-resistant primary container protection during transit.
The clam-shell design features the bonded absorbent material on one side and the clear tube holder(s) on the other.
Sample and patient details are clearly visible without unpacking the tubes. It also means that in the event of tube compromise any leakage is apparent, alerting users and protecting them from risk.
The unique bonded absorbent gel-block lining within SpeciSafe packs eliminates the need for added sheets of absorbent material.
It also ensures there are no worries about whether enough material has been added to soak up the contents of the primary containers.
Whatever size SpeciSafe you use, it will always contain sufficient absorbent for the maximum volume of liquid within all the containers that can be held in the pack.
And, when closed correctly (edges firmly pressed together) the SpeciSafe itself is completely leak-proof.
The pre-moulded packs keep multiple primary containers separated from each other securely and safely.
This is a real time saver as tubes do not need to be individually wrapped.
Outer Packaging to Complete Your Mailing System
When used with the relevant 95kPa primary containers SpeciSafe packs just need appropriate outer packaging for mailing or courier transport. For road transport (ADR) this just needs to be a flexible envelope or bag, but for air transport (IATA) a rigid box is required. All must be correctly labelled with the UN3373 symbol.
More information online: www.un3373.co.uk
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