What HazCat Materials Are Perishable?

HazCat 2.0 Perishable Items List

RE2312 – Dithizone in Methylene Chloride 1-2 years

RE2314 – Aluminon 2 years

RE2315 – a,a”-Dipyridyl 2 years

RE2330 – Alizarin 2 years

HW4005 – Agri-Screen Test Kit 1 Year

HW4012 – Clor-n-Oil 6 months

HW4047 – Peroxide Test Strips 1-2 years

DTK7842 – Detector Tube Kit check date

 

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All other reagents require periodic testing to ensure no contamination and/or loss of functionality.

HazCat PRO 2.0 Perishable Items

RE2330- Alizarin 2 years

RE2314- Aluminon 2 years

RE2315- a,a”-Dipyridyl 2 years

HW4005- Agri-Screen Test Kit 1 Year

HW4047 Peroxide Test Strips 1 year

HW4045- Oxidizer Test Strips 1 year

RE2312- Dithizone in Methylene Chloride 1 year

DTK7842- Detector Tube Kit check date Call for pricing

HW4012- Clor-n-Oil 6 mos.

HW4005A- Phosphorus Test Ampule(2ct) 1 Year

HW4005B- Phosphorus Test Ticket (2ct) 1 Year

HW4012-1 Sodium Fusion Test 1 (2ct) 6 mos.

HW4012-2 Sodium Fusion Test 2 (2ct) 6 mos.

HW5111- Pro8 strip 1 year (Anthrax, Ricin, Botulinum, SEB, Plague, Tularemia, Brucella & Orthopox)

HW4061- Sulfide Test Papers 2 years

 

*Call for pricing All other reagents require periodic testing to ensure no contamination and/or loss of functionality. Refer to your systems User’s Manual for instructions.

*The individual manufacturers in conjunction have set the dates presented above with HazTech Systems, Inc. to assure accurate identification & detection of the various elements these products and our kits are designed for. Actual expiration of the above may vary due to allotted batch.

Any product above may function past their expiration, but due to liability of findings, neither the manufacturer nor HazTech Systems, Inc. can stand behind results of any product used past their prime. HazTech Systems, Inc. currently warrants any product we sell for a period of 1-year regardless of predetermined manufacturer dates or shelf life.

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