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A rapid gelification of liquids for more security

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Super Absorbent Water Soluble Pouch

Secure gelling of liquids in small containers

Ref: 9578410, box of 100

  • Absorbs and gels biological fluids even in small containers
  • Secures the collection, transport and disposal of fluids
  • Contributes to the fight against nosocomial infections
For More Information

Medical Device, Class I. Manufacturer: Cleanis SASU. Carefully read the information on the packaging.

The single-use GelMax® water-soluble pouch absorbs a wide variety of chemical products routinely used in the laboratory. The GelMax water-soluble pouch is very useful in reducing the disposal costs of liquid infectious biomedical waste.

Its water-soluble film dissolves in contact with the liquid and powder inside, in contact with fluids and materials, acts from the first contact with fluids to gel the contents, and thus limit the risk of splashes and spills.

The small size of the pouch enables it to be used in small

containers – ostomy pouches removed from the patient, suction bottles – as well as the medical testing laboratory.

Product reference957 84 10
ClassificationMedical Device, Class I - CE
PackagingBox of 100 pouches
Secondary packagingBox of 18 boxes
Dimensions12 x 3 cm
Absorption of biological fluids (0.9% saline solution) per packet450 mL
StandardsCompliant with Directive 93/42/EEC. Absorption tested according to a suitable method based on ISO 17190-5
Expiry date3 years
Is the GelMax packet compatible with bleach?

Yes. The GelMax water-soluble pouch showed its effectiveness when tested on the absorption of 2% bleach water.

What is the disposal system for the gel formed by the pouch and liquid?

The combination disposal system depends on the gel liquid and contamination present in it. Follow the protocol of your institution.

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