Our mailing address
Richard A. Schwenn
197 State Rt. 61 E.
Prior to sending specimens
be sure to contact us
Most importantly, we want the
specimen be at least cold when we
receive it at our shop. Since shipment can take up to 3 days, it is
essential that the specimen be well insulated & frozen solid.
*Place specimens (seperately)
in a plastic bag & seal with a twister.
in a freezer & freeze it solid.
tightly in news paper about 2 inches thick. Foam rubber
is a good insulation and chemical freezer packs are helpful also.
16 oz. plastic bottle of frozen water last a long time and are
it back in the freezer for several hours.
prior to shipping, box or wrap in cardboard & ship ASAP.
We recommend insulated styrofoam containers or foam lined
boxes cardboard boxes.
Ship your package later in the day to avoid additional time out
of the freezer.
down any mounting instructions you might have for
*Do feel free to use ice packs or ice along with your frozen specimens.
*Do feel free to use a styrofoam cooler or a styrofoam lined box to serve
material. Crumpled newspaper , foam
peanuts or air bubble
wraps, have very little or no insulative
*Do feel free to email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you
have any questions at all.
ship items frozen in water unless
they are placed in a waterproof
cooler. Ice melts, saturates the box and could end up being
NOT require a signature to make
delivery. In most overnite services
this will require that you tell the freight service you "DO NOT want
required signature to make the delivery" Before shipping see
that the following information is
instructions for each
item properly tagged &
identified. Note-If a
special permit or license is required to possess a
specimen, be sure to enclose the permit number or the ID tag
as required by the laws of your
name & return shipping
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