Kimberly-Clark Sterile Wrap Now Available in Compact Packaging for Dental, Medical Practices


Kimberly-Clark announces that six sizes of KIMGUARD KC100 Sterilization Wraps are now available in space-saving 100 count bags for medical and dental practices.

As the industry standard for sterile processing teams worldwide, KIMGUARD Sterilization Wrap delivers superior bacterial filtration efficiency from airborne pathogens to maintain the sterility of instruments. With multiple 100-count bags per case, the new packaging helps alleviate storage and space concerns for individual practices, allowing them to open smaller bags as needed.

To meet customer needs, Kimberly-Clark now provides smaller medical and dental practices  with the benefits of a cost-effective, high-performance wrap in space-saving packaging that better suits their needs, says Bill Glowacki, director of sales for alternate site markets, Kimberly-Clark Health Care.

KIMGUARD Sterilization Wrap helps to keep sterilized instruments and supplies ready-to-use, featuring strength and tear resistance as well as Kimberly-Clarks  patented PowerGuard technology for increased protection. KIMGUARD is compatible with both steam and Ethylene Oxide sterilant. The KIMGUARD Sterilization Wrap in reduced-size packaging is available now. For further information, visit:

Source: Kimberly-Clark

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