March 5, 2013 - Georgetown, MA - UFP Technologies, a producer of custom-engineered components, products, and specialty packaging, today introduced its latest innovation for the medical device industry, FlexShield™. FlexShield is a medical device pouch for screws, rods, plates, and other instruments.
Designed to be user-friendly, FlexShield can easily fit instruments and tools of varied shapes and sizes. Its shape makes the loading of an instrument, via a small slit, quick and hassle-free. During surgery when an instrument is ready to be used, the protection system can be torn across its perforation for easy recovery, handling, and disposal. FlexShield is small, lightweight and flexible; and when packaged within a pre-validated pouch (as opposed to rigid plastic) provides cost savings during shipping.
FlexShield is available in three standard sizes, and can be designed and manufactured to custom specifications. The medical device pouch is made from a USP Class VI certified thermoplastic polyurethane film that is compatible with EtO and Gamma sterilization. UFP Technologies manufactures and packages FlexShield within its ISO Class 8 (Class 100,000) clean room facilities.
FlexShield will be debuted at HealthPack March 12-14, 2013 in Louisville, KY.
About UFP Technologies
UFP Technologies is a producer of innovative custom-engineered components, products, and specialty packaging. Using foams, plastics, composites, and natural fiber materials, we design and manufacture a vast range of solutions primarily for the medical, automotive, aerospace & defense, and packaging markets. Our team acts as an extension of customers' in-house research, engineering and manufacturing groups, working closely with them to solve their most complex product and packaging challenges. For our customers, innovation takes many shapes. But each solution is shaped by a level of design, materials and process expertise that is unique to UFP Technologies.
Please visit http://www.ufpt.com/applications/products/flexshield-medical-device-pouch.html for more information
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