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Silver Storage Bags

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Anti-Tarnish Jewelry Bags are zipper locking and constructed of film that neutralizes the corrosive gases that attack silver, platinum, gold, and other metals even when the bag is opened multiple times. These are most commonly used as silver storage bags for jewelry or silverware.

Silver Storage Bag Features:

  • Bags protect up to 5 years if not used and 3 years if in use.
  • Contents are visible without opening.
  • Made with Silver-Guard, an exclusive film that absorbs and neutralizes the corrosive gases that attack silver and silver-plated.

 Plastic Anti-tarnish reclosable bags are your answer to your Jewelry packaging needs!

These Intercept jewelry zipper locking top bags are compared to Minigrip Silver-Guard Anti-Tarnish bags which have been discontinued because of toxicity concerns. Don't take a chance with the inconsistent quality of untrusted and untried anti-tarnish for silver reclosable bags—you can depend on our tried and true reclosable jewelry bags to provide the best protection for your expensive gemstones, findings, and fine jewelry pieces. Anti-Tarnish Bags are used throughout the jewelry industry for the reinforced side seals ensuring the bags won't split when opened or filled, and our consistent quality silver jewelry bag.
 

Keep your precious metals looking like new without the hassle of tabs or strips! Anti-tarnish reclosable plastic bags are made with a plastic film that absorbs and neutralizes the corrosive gases that attack silver and other precious metals. Anti-tarnish reclosable bags ensure a tarnish-free product even when the bag is opened multiple times. Our anti-tarnish bags protect for a minimum of two years and are ideal for storing and organizing anything from jewelry, silverware, and musical instruments to electronic components.

How long will the anti-tarnish properties last in these anti-tarnish zip-locking bags?

Q: How long will the anti-tarnish last if these anti-tarnish bags are not used and are stored?
A: Our anti-tarnish bags last for 5 years, unused, in storage.
 
Q: If these anti-tarnish bags ARE USED, how long will the anti-tarnish last?
A: The translucent anti-tarnish zip lock bags will last up to 3 years when used. When the bags start to darken to a gray color, it is time to change to a fresh bag.
 
Q: Do these anti-tarnish bags need to be stored out of light to allow them to last longer?
A: No, light will not harm or reduce the bag's life span.

Features of Anti-Tarnish Silver Jewelry bags

  • Made with Silver-Guard, an exclusive film that absorbs and neutralizes the corrosive gases that attack silver and silver-plated. Non-toxic and recyclable
  • Protects up to three years versus strips & tabs that have to be changed every 6 months
  • Contents visible without opening zipper locking poly bag
  • Does not have to come in contact with the item being protected
  • Works without the risk of staining, discoloration, or affecting conductivity/application of coatings
  • Reinforced zipper sides allow multiple uses. One-hand open/close zipper feature
  • Protection from moisture and dust
  • Available in popular jewelry sizes

  Intercept Technology Strength Test Properties and Values

  • Thickness 3 mils
  • Tensile Strength MD 11.5Lbs/in ASTM D882
  • Tensile Strength TD 9.0Lbs/in ASTM D882
  • Elongation MD 321% ASTM D882
  • Elongation TD 512% ASTM D882
  • Puncture Resistance: 8.0Lbs FTMS 101, MTH 2065
  • Dynamic Coefficient of Friction: .27 (on own surface)
  • Moisture Permeation: 3 g/m2 (40C per 24 hrs)
  • Sulfur and Chlorine Permeation: 0 cc/m2 (for 15 yrs) DuPont and AT&T Test
  • Ozone Permeation: 0 cc/m2 (for 15 yrs) DuPont and AT&T Test
  • Heat Seal Strength: 6.0 lbs/in Instron

Intercept Technology provides effective tarnish & corrosion prevention for the following materials:

  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Copper
  • Ferrous Metals (Iron and Steel)
  • Gold
  • Magnesium
  • Silver
  • Tin

The common corrosive gases and examples of how they are produced:

  • Hydrogen sulfide (H2S): produced as effluent from pulp mills, oil refineries, heavy industries, and decaying vegetation.
  • Carbonyl sulfide (COS): produced from fossil fuel combustion (such as burning coal, gasoline or petrol, oil, etc.), wood fires, and ocean surfaces.
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): produced from fossil fuel combustion and smelting operations.
  • Hydrogen chloride (HCI): produced from fossil fuel combustion and ocean surfaces.

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