Economical. Simple. Safe.
Sterile single-use instruments for in and outpatient care
Our sterile single-use instruments cover most surgical and healthcare specialities.
We have created an optimum range of products in close cooperation with the users: scissors, needle holders, forceps (anatomical/surgical), clamps and various supplementary products.
Our single-use instruments are made of high grade stainless steel and are immediately recognisable as a single-use instrument by their clear colour marking. Whether individually packaged or integrated in procedure packs, we guarantee a sterility of up to three years. By disposing of an instrument after one use, many instances of infection are prevented. Risks due to cross-contamination are ruled out, infections are a thing of the past.
Single-use instruments recovered substance cycle
Stainless steel is a highly recyclable material. After use, single-use instruments are disposed of in the existing disposal containers for clinical waste. After combustion, the metal can be sorted out and returned to the recovered substance cycle.
Your benefits at a glance:
Always ready for use
Sterile safety of up to 3 years
No reprocessing and documentation
Exclusion of cross-contamination
Sustainable cost reduction
Sterile plastic trays
Sterile single-use trays are ideal for use in inpatient ward, operating theatre, as well as pharmacy and laboratory. Our sterile plastic bowls, basins and beakers are designed to increase convenience and efficiency and can be used straight from the bag. We offer a large selection of trays in various designs and sizes. For a variety of applications or specific procedures, we also offer custom tray packs.
No more reprocessing
The complexity of reprocessing medical products is often underestimated.
All stages take considerable time: cleaning, sterilisation, counting, labeling and documentation. Thus, the use of sterile single-use instruments and trays can help to reduce the workload of the CSSD (Central Sterile Supply Department) and saves time for optimising other processes.
Sterile single-use instruments and trays also offer an economic advantage: Go easy on your budget with low procurement costs, the elimination of repair costs and savings in reprocessing costs.