Wrapping materials are considered as Class B Medical Device Under Medical Device Rules, 2017 vide G.S.R. 78 (E) by Govt. of India
The above products are latex-free-including synthetic late materials or natural rubber materials containing any of the proteins linked to Types I & IV latex allergies.
Packaging material for terminally sterilized medical devices part 2: Sterilization wrap - requirements and tests methods (EN ISO 868-2:2009)
Packaging for terminally sterilized medical devices - part 1: Requirements for materials, sterile barrier systems and packaging systems (ISO 11607-1:2006)
The production system ensures complete traceability of products via a lot number printed on each delivered box, providing information relating to the production cycle. All data needed for effective tracking of single box and identification is contained within the bar code on the box / packaging.
NON WOVEN (STANDARD)
|50 X 50 Cms.||SW35050050B||1000 Pcs. / Box|
|60 X 60 Cms.||SW35060060B||1000 Pcs. / Box|
|75 X 75 Cms.||SW35075075B||500 Pcs. / Box|
|90 X 90 Cms.||SW35090090B||300 Pcs. / Box|
|100 X 100 Cms.||SW35100100B||300 Pcs. / Box|
|120 X 120 Cms.||SW35120120B||250 Pcs. / Box|
|150 X 150 Cms.||SW35150150B||150 Pcs. / Box|
NON WOVEN (HEAVY)
|50 X 50 Cms.||SW50050050B||800 Pcs. / Box|
|60 X 60 Cms.||SW50060060B||800 Pcs. / Box|
|75 X 75 Cms.||SW50075075B||400 Pcs. / Box|
|90 X 90 Cms.||SW50090090B||250 Pcs. / Box|
|100 X 100 Cms.||SW50100100B||250 Pcs. / Box|
|120 X 120 Cms.||SW50120120B||200 Pcs. / Box|
|150 X 150 Cms.||SW50150150B||140 Pcs. / Box|
Designed to create a torturous path to prevent migration of micro-organisms.
Excellent fluid repellency properties. Repellency minimizes contamination by preventing wicking through wet areas.
Practically memory-free even after sterilization. This helps to improve aseptic techniques and minimizes the risk of contamination due to spring-back onto the sterile field or contents.
Grades are soft, enabling fast wrapping, saving time and improving efficiency.
Strong, lowering the risk of puncturing or tearing during wrapping, transport or storing of the more demanding medical devices.
Can be sterilized in most of the commonly used processes, i.e. steam, ethylene oxide, radiation, low temperature formaldehyde and gas plasma.