Cut the tubing approximately 2" longer than the instrument(s) to be wrapped. Seal one end of the tubing using a heat sealer or autoclave tape. Place the instrument to be sterilized inside the nylon tubing, and then remove any excess air by pressing the tubing outward toward the open end.
Features & Benefits
•It unwraps smoothly and can be cut in various lengths
•Blue-transparent film backing for easy identification of contents
•Can be used with steam and ethylene oxide (ETO) autoclaves/sterilizers
•Not made with natural rubber latex.
•Environmentally friendly, water-based ink
Autoclaves tubings provide a physical method for disinfection and sterilization. They are used to decontaminate certain biological waste and sterilize media, instruments and lab ware.