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Other Available Sizes:
- 70 lb. weight capacity
- English and Spanish imprint
- Multi-layer star seal for leak resistance
- Low density construction to prevent tears
- Ideal for hospitals, labs, and medical facilities
- Shipping Weight
- 10.86 lb.
- 40 Inches
- 33 Inches
- 33 Gallons
- Joint Type
- Star Seal
- Low Density
- 1.2 Mil
- Trash Type
- Biohazard Bags
Low/Linear Low Density
Customer questions about this product
How do I know what size liner fits my trash can?
In order to determine the right size liner for your trash can, you must compare the dimensions of the bag to the dimensions of the can. Although liners and cans are both listed by the number of gallons they can hold, you cannot judge the sizing based on this capacity alone.
What are the differences between high and low density trash bags?
Low density trash bags are more heavy duty and are ideal for kitchen, outdoor, or janitorial applications. These bags provide stretch to resist any tearing that may occur from heavy or sharp objects. High density bags are great for areas like restrooms, offices, or other areas where trash tends to be more soft. Although less resilient than low density options, these lighter weight bags come at a very competitive price.
These 33 gallon 33" x 40" red isolation infectious waste bag / biohazard bags are a must for any hospital, nursing home, lab, or medical facility. Their 1.2 mil, linear low density construction provides excellent puncture and tear resistance, while their multi-layered star seal resists leakage. These bags are red to indicate use for infectious waste only.
Bilingual (English and Spanish) descriptions, along with the universal biohazard symbol are featured to help ensure complete understanding for safety and proper use. Each bag measures 33" wide by 40" long and meets ASTM D1922 and D1709 standards.
Thickness: 1.2 mil
Capacity: 33 gallons
ASTM D1709 Certified
Standard test method to measure the impact resistance of plastic films using a free-falling dart
ASTM D1922 Certified
Standard test method for measuring the propagation tear resistance of plastic film and thin sheeting using an Elmendorf-type tearing tester
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