Nylon Arson Residue Bags
Nylon Bags are manufactured from the highest quality nylon 11 film.
The Nylon is a laboratory grade Rilson transparent film , for chromatographic graph analysis.
Nylon Bags are produced from caster bean oil and contains no petrochemical that interferes with forensic testing procedures.
Manufactured under ISO standards, our nylon bags are the best.
Nylon Arson / Explosive / Firearm Bags – TAB0113
Dimensions: 600mm x 900mm
10 per pack
Nylon 11 evidence collection bags are often preferred for fire and explosive evidence recovery over polyethylene (polythene) system bags due to their specific properties and benefits that are well-suited for handling such sensitive evidence. Here are some reasons why nylon 11 bags are chosen for this purpose:
- Heat Resistance: Nylon 11 bags have a higher resistance to heat compared to polyethylene bags. This property is particularly important when collecting evidence from fire scenes or explosive incidents, where there may be residual heat that could potentially affect the integrity of the evidence.
- Resistance to Chemicals: Nylon 11 has good resistance to various chemicals, which is important when collecting evidence from fire and explosive scenes where there may be residues of accelerants or other substances that could potentially interact with the bag material.
- Durability: Nylon 11 is known for its strength and durability, making it less likely to tear or puncture during evidence collection and transportation, which is important for preserving the integrity of the evidence.
- Low Static Charge: Nylon 11 has a lower tendency to generate static electricity compared to polyethylene, which can be important for handling explosive evidence, as static electricity can potentially pose a risk in such situations.
- Moisture Resistance: Nylon 11 bags offer good resistance to moisture and can help protect evidence from environmental factors, which is important for preserving the integrity of fire and explosive residues.
- Non-Porous Nature: Nylon 11 bags are non-porous, which helps prevent the loss of volatile residues from fire and explosive evidence, ensuring that the evidence remains intact during transportation and storage.
It’s important to note that the selection of evidence collection materials, including bags, is based on the specific requirements of the evidence being collected and the potential interactions between the evidence and the collection material. In the case of fire and explosive evidence, the properties of nylon 11 make it a more suitable choice for preserving the integrity of the evidence compared to polyethylene bags.