Biosafety transfer box: It is used to accommodate microbial strains; it must be moisture-proof and leak-proof, and there are enough hygroscopic raw materials to encapsulate, which is convenient for rapid digestion and absorption in the event of a leakage safety accident.
Two-layer 95KPA storage tank: It should be firm, moisture-proof and leak-proof to maintain the top layer. This layer is a material sealed with polyester material to avoid leakage due to vibration, heat, ambient humidity, pressure changes, etc. during transportation. . Through strict sealing inspection, it can withstand the internal working pressure of 95kPa in the range of -40℃ to +55℃ without leakage.
The actual provisions of this layer of packaging select the GB/T15170 specification. This layer can accommodate a variety of microbial strains, and enough hygroscopic raw materials should be added between the two. Such raw materials can be selected from chemical fiber fillers, cotton wool, toilet paper or commercial hygroscopic bags.
The third layer of outer packaging box: used for packaging. The outer packaging box can be a thick cardboard box, a wooden box, a sturdy plastic box, etc., and needs to have identification and identification of the carrier, recipient and microorganism species. According to the type of fungi (poisons), in order to reduce the temperature in the package, put liquid nitrogen or wet ice between the second and third layers.