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What size Mylar do I need? What size Dram do I need?
There are many options for packaging of cannabis. Sometimes, there are so many options it is overwhelming. This page should help guide you as to what the best options are for your individual needs. We will start with the basics.
What Bag or Vial Options Are There For Packaging?
Drams currently come in the following sizes :
Mylar Bags currently come in the following sizes :
How Do I Know Which Size To Order?
This can be confusing, so we will give you some guidance on this issue. On the chart included, you will see that if you have:
Alternatively, you can use this chart as guidance.
We also stock all sizes of Pinch N Slide Exit Bags!
Pop Top Vials Size Chart
What Else Do I Need To Keep In Mind?
If your dry product weight has different size options, you need to consider how dense of a product you have. The more dense your product is, the smaller the container it will fit in.Likewise, the less dense your product is, the larger the container you will need for it. Another rule of thumb is that the cleaner the grower of the product, the less dense your product will be.
Mylar Keeps Flowers Fresh and Extends Life of Products
Mylar is Durable for Transportation and Storage
DymaPak bags are odor proof.
DymaPak bags are certified CPSC child resistant.
DymaPak bags are durable.
Drams come in Pop Top, Push & Turn, and Screw Top Vials.
Pop Top Vials can be opened by firmly squeezing both sides until you hear the signature "pop" sound. They are certified CPSC child resistant as well.
Hopefully by now, you have figured out what type of packaging you would like to use. We understand that there are many options and that it can be overwhelming. However, this article should help to break it down a bit for you. Thank you for trusting us with your health.
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