Eliminate Confusion Between Reprocessed and Soiled Devices


Healthmark Industries Co., Inc. announces the debut of SST Liners to its product line. These colored-coded liners help to eliminate confusion between reprocessed and soiled medical devices.

The single-use liners assist with identification, temporary storage and transportation of medical equipment by providing an enclosed environment for instruments. Simply line the base of the tray using the clear liner to ensure interior base and walls are covered; place clean device in tray along with the red biohazard liner for post-procedure use and cover with the green clean liner. Upon procedure completion discard the green liner, place used device back in tray and cover with the red biohazard liner to indicate item is ready for transport to the reprocessing area.

Made from low-density polyethylene, the color-coded tray liners are 36 inches by 18 inches, 1 mil and available in three colors; they are also available in a box of 100.

Source: Healthmark Industries Co., Inc.

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