Close-it Control Seal  | essential for sampling

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Taking samples from sacks, boxes, bags, etc. with sampling lances is a common and timeproven practice. This produces holes through which easily flowing bulk goods could escape from the container. With the close-it seal, this can be prevented in an uncomplicated manner.


close-it has been especially developed for this purpose. The label has a sandwich-type structure (aluminium/ paper) and seals the container hermetically (vapour barrier). This virtually prevents hygroscopic powders from clumping together. The label is not just used to provide a hermetic seal. It is also used for providing quality control information (sampling date, release yes/no, name of tester, etc.).

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Taking samples from sacks, boxes, bags, etc. with sampling lances is a common and timeproven practice. This produces holes through which easily flowing bulk goods could escape from the container. With the close-it seal, this can be prevented in an uncomplicated manner.


close-it has been especially developed for this purpose. The label has a sandwich-type structure (aluminium/ paper) and seals the container hermetically (vapour barrier). This virtually prevents hygroscopic powders from clumping together. The label is not just used to provide a hermetic seal. It is also used for providing quality control information (sampling date, release yes/no, name of tester, etc.).

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The labels are available in different colours. With printing in red, blue, green, yellow, black, neutral, without printing in white.
close-it can be written on with ball-point pen, pencil or felt-tip marker.

The rear of the label is coated with a powerful adhesive. This means that close-it sticks firmly to most commercial containers, even to surfaces coated with fine powder, slightly moist or even frozen surfaces where conventional labels or adhesive tape will not stick