At present, there are many businesses producing flocking swabs
on the market, and the quality qualifications are also uneven. It is also extremely important to choose a good professional and regular supplier of flocking swabs to ensure the accuracy of nucleic acid test results.
Shenzhen Kelim Bio-flocking swab is made of nylon fiber flocking technology, and the front end is coated with nylon short fibers fixed in a vertical manner, so that there is no absorption hole in the entire collection area of the swab. In this way, the collected sample is not dispersed and retained in the fiber, which facilitates faster and more efficient elution of the sample.
The tip of the flocked swab plastic rod is covered with nylon staple fibers held in a vertical fashion. This vertical fixation method is derived from the flocking process, where the swab is placed in an electrostatic field and the fibers are sprayed on the tip of the swab. This process enables thin layers with an open structure and ultra-high water absorption. Unlike traditional wrap-around swabs like mattresses or soft pads in the past, nylon flocked swabs
do not have an internal adsorption core that would disperse and trap the sample, but instead keep the sample close to the surface for rapid and complete elution.
Disposable flocked sampling swabs are easy to fold, individually packaged, and the flocked material is more suitable for nucleic acid detection, more comfortable for sampling, more convenient to use, larger release volume, and strong biocompatibility.
The flocked sampling swab is composed of nylon short fiber fluff head and medical grade ABS plastic rod, which is mostly used for cell culture, nucleic acid detection, FDA detection, and forensic identification.
Nylon flocked swab
s are widely used in bacteriological sample processing, virological cell culture, DFA testing, rapid and direct testing, enzyme immunoassay testing, polymerase chain reaction and molecular diagnostic-based testing, and forensic identification. Ideal. It can also be used for throat sampling of respiratory viruses such as influenza, swine flu, bird flu, hand, foot and mouth.