Packaging solutions for medical device manufacturers

EHYPEL Logo
EO sterilization Irradiation sterilization
Sterilization by EO & irradiation
Ethypel Bacterial Barrier : Maintaining sterility for 5 years minimum
Maintaining sterility for 5 years minimum

FOR:

  • Packaging of syringes, catheters, compresses, drapes, gowns, etc.
  • Blister manufacturing
  • Coating / Printing / Slitting activities

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Paper, Film, Reinforced and non-woven materials
  • Sheeting, Printing, Slitting
  • 55 gsm to 117 gsm (34 to 72 lbs.)
  • Complies with ISO11607-1, EN868-6, EN868-7

SEMINARS & TRAINING:
Pack Design Day :
  www.packdesignday.com

Ethypel range

By type of Medical Devices

By type of Packaging materials

By type of Packaging machine

Sterilizable materials for manufacturing hospital pouches and reels

PROPYPEL Logo
Steam sterilization EO sterilization
For steam & EO sterilization
Propypel Bacterial Barrier : Maintaining sterility for 180 days minimum
Maintaining sterility for 180 days minimum

FOR:

  • Manufacturing pouches and tubing for sterilization in care centers

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Paper and Reinforced materials
  • Printing, Slitting
  • 60 gsm to 112 gsm (37 to 69 lbs.)
  • Complies with ISO11607-1 and EN868-3

SEMINARS & TRAINING:
Hospital Pouch Partnership Program:
  www.patient-safety-forum.com

By Hospital Pouches or Tubing

Infection prevention solutions for patient care units

STERISHEET Logo
Steam sterilization EO sterilization Low-temperature sterilization
For steam, EO & low-temperature sterilization
Sterisheet Bacterial Barrier : Maintaining sterility for 90 to 180 days minimum
Maintaining sterility for 90 to 180 days minimum

FOR :

  • Distributors to hospitals
  • Sterilization units
  • Healthcare professionals

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Crepe paper, Reinforced materials from 52 to 88 gsm (33 to 56 lbs.)
  • SMS from 40 to 70 gsm (25 to 45 lbs.)
  • Filters, Tray liners, Electronic Bowie & Dick Test
  • Complies with ISO11607-1 and EN868-2

SEMINARS & TRAINING:
Patient Safety Forum : 
  www.patient-safety-forum.com