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Nylon Biopsy Bags

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Biopsy Bags are made of quality nylon. (Ultrasonic-welding)

Reduce risk of small specimen loss.

Design allows unrestricted fluid movement around tissue.

Bags peel open esaily for quick and easy specimen removal.

Available with or without flap (7mm flap)


Large: 75mm (W) x 95mm (L)

Medium: 45mm (W) x 75mm (L)

Small: 30mm (W) x 50mm (L)

Manufactured from solvent resistant nylon, these <a href="">Mesh Biopsy Bags</a> are ideal for use in processing small biopsies. They provide excellent fluid exchange and maximum tissue safety.

The fixative and specimen can be poured into the bag which then filters the fixative and leaves the biopsies inside. The bag is then closed, placed inside a Biopsy Cassette and processed as normal.

After processing, <a href="">the bag</a> can be extracted and opened, allowing the specimen to be recovered and embedded in paraffin wax.

Nylon Mesh used to make Nylon Biopsy Bags are food grade, silion-free and oil free nylon monofilament mesh

Their advantages are:

a) due to their uniformity they can be woven with great precision to give exact and regular apertures,

b) the resulting material has a very smooth surface so that the filtered particles will easily separate from it,

c) they have great strength and elasticity.

After weaving, our fabrics undergo a finishing process to add the properties required for specific applications. During the finishing process, the fabric is scoured to remove any foreign substances and the yarns are then stabilised within the weave in order to eliminate shrinkage by a process known as ‘heat setting’.

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