• 750ml robust HDPE bottles for bunker samples.

  • Tamper evident seals and IATA approved mailing systems.

  • Complements other Kittiwake bunker fuel sampling systems.
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Sample BottleParker Kittiwake produce a complete range of oil and bunker fuel sample bottles, labels and mailing cartons for storage and safe transportation of the samples.  All consumables are available either as convenient sampling kits containing all necessary equipment or supplied in bulk to refineries and bunker barge operations. Artwork can be custom designed for bespoke products by our in-house graphics team. 

  • 750 ml heavy duty HDPE fuel oil bottles in kits of 36 complete with seals and IATA* approved mailing cartons. Can be branded for marine fuel analysis programmes. 
  • 750 ml heavy duty HDPE fuel oil sample bottles in bulk with numbered tamper evident caps and shoulder security seals.

Description

Order NumberDescriptionVolumeMaterialNeck (mm)NumberedQuantity
FG-K3-210-KWKits of 40 off with
mailers
750 mlHDPE32Yes (blue caps)40
FG-K3-211-KWBulk supply750 mlHDPE32Yes (blue caps)70
Consumables
Part NumberDescription
FG-K26280-KWIMO MARPOL Approved Fuel Sample Label
FG-K26783-KWLabel for Standard Fuel Sample (not Marpol approved)
FG-K17111-KW750 ml Bottle Security Seal (pack of 100)
* IATA - International Air Transportation Authority

Bunker Fuel

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