Halyard ONE-STEP* Sterlization Wrap

Simultaneous Wrapping

 

HALYARD ONE-STEP* Sterilization Wrap, using KIMGUARD* technology, features two sheets of HALYARD sealed together on two sides to deliver the protection of double-wrapping in a single step. This innovative design developed by Halyard achieves significant time savings on wrapping and unwrapping time compared to sequential wrapping with conventional disposable wrap.1

 

Wrap with confidence - fast.

HALYARD ONE-STEP* Sterilization Wrap, using KIMGUARD* technology, is the confident choice of sterile processing teams around the world.

  • Extensive independent laboratory testing assures that HALYARD ONE-STEP* Sterilization Wrap delivers the optimum balance of properties2 needed to ensure the sterility of your instruments until aseptic opening
  • Two sheets of wrap thermally sealed along 2 sides providing the protection of double-wrapping in just one step
  • HALYARD ONE-STEP* Sterilization Wrap cuts wrapping and unwrapping time in half compared to traditional sequential double-wrapping3
  • Excellent microbial barrier properties4
  • High tensile strength5
  • Low linting6
  • Meets specification for strength, barrier and linting both before and after sterilization7
  • Post sterilization testing for confidence in sterility of instruments with Final Pack8 and Maintenance of Package Integrity9 tests

Available in three grades from H200, H400 and H600 to meet the full range of applications; the higher the number, the stronger the wrap.

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1. Kurt Salmon Associates, In-Hospital study conducted by Halyard 1994
2. Physical Properties Test H0970-09-01
3. Kurt Salmon Associates, In-Hospital study conducted by Halyard 1994
4. 99.7%-99.9% ASTM F2101-07. “Standard Test Method for Evaluating the Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) of Medical Face Mask Materials, Using a Biological Aerosol of Staphylococcus aureus” 2007
5. Grab tensile strength 13.2kg -37.5kg. ASTM D5034-95(2001). “Standard Test Method for Breaking Strength and Elongation of Textile Fabrics (Grab Test)” 2001
6. Resistance to linting 1-4 particles. INDA Standard test IST 160.1:1995, “Resistance to Linting of Nonwoven Fabrics,” 1995.
7. ISO 11607- 1: 2006 2.3.3 Material performance for strength, barrier and lint remains within specified limits after sterilisation.
Ethylene Oxide 100%: Nelson Laboratories Protocols: 200803407 REV 01, 200900091 REV 01 / Nelson Laboratories Reports: 455561, 457003, 457004, 458664, 458666, 458667.
Pre Vac: Nelson Laboratories Protocols: 200800957 REV 02, 200800958 REV 01 / Nelson Laboratories Reports: 420406, 420410, 420416, 430208, 432434, 431529
8. Whole of Packaging Microbial Aerosol Challenge Test. Data on file at Halyard.
9. Maintenance of Package Integrity Study: Dunkelberg, Leximed Reports, 08-L046 to 09-L024

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