Sterilization Wrap

The highest-quality, best-performing wrap in the industry

 

Halyard created single-use sterilisation wrap back in 1978, and we've been innovating in the category ever since. Double-wrapping with HALYARD* ONE-STEP* Sterile Wrap is mperative for optimal barrier protection and gives you greater confidence. AORN recommended that "...using two barrier-type wrappers povided a tortuous pathway to impede microbial migration and permits ease of presentation to the sterile field without compromising sterility."1

Born to protect every tray with confidence

HALYARD* Wrap was invented to provide an affordable, high-performance alternative to traditional cloth wrapping materials and bulky metal containers. Today, HALYARD* Sterilization Wrap is the industry standard for sterile processing teams around the world.

  • Extensive independent laboratory testing assures that all HALYARD* Wrap delivers the optimum balance of properties needed to ensure the sterility of your instruments:
    • Strength and resistance to tearing
    • Flame resistance
    • Resistance to linting and abrasion
    • microbial barrier
    • effective sterilant penetration
  • All HALYARD* Wrap features POWERGUARD* Technology for enhanced microbial barrier protection
  • Available in eight grades from H100 to H650 to meet the full range of applications; the higher the number, the stronger the wrap.

HALYARD* ONE-STEP* Sterile Wrap has the characteristics of an ideal sterilisation wrap2:

  • Effective barrier- Prevents microbial penetration and maintains sterility of surgical packs
  • Penetrability- Allows steam and sterilising gases to penetrate
  • Aeration- Allows ethylene oxide to dissipate
  • Minimal linting- During usage, linting is minimal
  • Strength- Resists tears and punctures
  • Drapeability- Conforms to a sterile pack and drapes will for ease of presentation
  • Utility- Three weights and a range of sizes to meet your needs
  • Ease-of-use- Easy to use by personnel
 
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1 AORN Journal 2000; 72(6): 1052-1059.

2 Rutala WA et al. Infection Control Today 2000; May Edition

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