Euronda Eurosteril Sterilization Roll
They are made by Euronda in a clean room in cutting-edge processes using nothing but top-quality materials:
– Heavy weight medical kraft paper (60 g/m²)
– A double layer of light blue polyester/polypropylene film printed with water-based ink
– Three side seals (two for the 5 cm roll) with impermeable, uniform channels for maximum microbial protection
- Eurosteril® products are easy and safe to peel.
- The film does not tear and no cellulose microfibres are released when the packaging is opened
- The new layout fully complies with the regulations that are currently in force.
- Manufactured in Italy
Eurosteril® sterilization rolls are made of the best certified materials: heavy weight medical paper (60 g/m2) and a double layer of light blue polyester/polypropylene film. This gives them a guaranteed seal during sterilization, makes them extremely easyto open without releasing fibres or tearing, and offers maximum microbial protection. If stored properly, they can be sterile for up to 6 months. In addition, the chemical colour indicators signal a successfully completed cycle in the autoclave, thus guaranteeing maximum safety for patients. Eurosteril® sterilization rolls are manufactured in full compliance with Directive 93/42/EEC (as amended by Directive 2007/47/EC) and the EN 868-5 standard.
The Class I chemical indicators change colour during the sterilization process.
Excellent peelability during opening, with no release of paper fibres or tearing in the plastic material.
They offer a guaranteed seal during sterilization and keep items sterile for up to 6 months in suitable storage conditions.
Details of the changing chemical colour indicators:
Steam method: pink colour turns brown after sterilization in an autoclave
EtO gas method with ethylene oxide: green colour turns yellow after sterilization in an autoclave
Carefully examine the size of the items to be sterilized. No more than 3/4 of the volume of the packaging must be taken up by the contents;
Make sure that there is a gap of at least 3 cm between the item to be sterilized and the seal;
The sealing strip must be at least 8 mm wide to conform with the EN 868-5 standard;
Protect any sharp points with special covers;
Use an absorbent gauze to prevent any lubricated turbines and wands from soaking the paper with oil;
When opening pouches, hold the paper side still and peel the film downwards to access the sterile instruments.