Our eco-sensa sterile sample bottles for water testing are designed for use with EPA compliant total coliform and fecal coliform water analysis using the Colilert analysis method or equivalent.
They are available in a variety of sizes and materials, with sodium thiosulfate for sample dechlorination. The sodium thiosulfate tablet is 75 mg for sample de-chlorination.
It has a convenient 100-ML line on a 120ml bottles and 100-ML, 150-ML line on a 150ml sample bottles.
The sterile sample bottle for water testing are made of polystyrene
It have leak-proof seal which is able to withstand repetitive vigorous shaking of water sample, for minimal 25 times, without leakage.
Screw cap is made of polyethylene, diameter: 40mm, height: 11mm.
Threaded screw closure for easy aseptic sample collection and secure cap engagement
The sample bottles have an easily removable tamper seal with highly visible pull-tab.
None of the components of the sterile sampling bottles will fluoresce under 365-nm UV light
Sterilization: electron beam processing
Package:100coliform bottles per case, 50 bottles per tier, 2 tiers/case
Mode of transportation:
SEA, TRAIN, AIR AND EXPRESS at the instance of customers
Q1.What is the e-beam processing?
A:Electron-beam processing has the ability to break the chains of DNA in living organisms, such as bacteria, resulting in microbial death and rendering the space they inhabit sterile. E-beam processing has been used for the sterilization of medical products and aseptic packaging materials for foods, as well as disinfestation, the elimination of live insects from grain, tobacco, and other unprocessed bulk crops.
Sterilization with electrons has significant advantages over other methods of sterilization currently in use. The process is quick, reliable, and compatible with most materials, and does not require any quarantine following the processing. For some materials and products that are sensitive to oxidative effects, radiation tolerance levels for electron-beam irradiation may be slightly higher than for gamma exposure.