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Sterilization Wrap 36" x 36". Case of 144 Dual Layer Sterilization Wraps for linen towels, packs, gowns, instruments. 200 Grade. Non-sterile, Latex-free. For Steam, Ethylene Oxide (EO).

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144 STERILIZATION WRAPS ensure protection of instruments against contamination with bacteria. Come in bags for convenient use. 48 wraps per bag, 3 bags per case, 144 wraps in total per case. Size of each wrap: 36" x 36". PROVIDE MICROBIAL BARRIER: Single use wrapping material is intended to provide microbial barrier, protection and performance. Ideal for optimal sterilization processes designed to destroy harmful bacteria. Works well with steam, ethylene oxide sterilization and hydrogen peroxide sterilization methods. 200 GRADE STERILIZATION WRAPS: Instrument sterilization wraps are ideal for use in sterilization centers and other healthcare facilities, where a sterilization process takes place, and for all packaging uses. 200 grade wraps are great for linen towels, packs and gowns, light basin sets and single instruments. EASY TO USE & CONVENIENT: Polypropylene wraps are supplied non-sterile and delivered as single sheets. Feature two layers of wrap, ultra-sonically sealed along the sides. Deliver the protection of double-wrapping in a single step. Just wrap your medical devices or instruments according to your standard procedure without the need to use second layer. WARNING: Inspect package for damage, moisture, or any sign of potential contamination prior to opening and again after opening but before use of contents. If any of these conditions are observed, do not use sterile devices and reprocess sterilization.

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