Instrument stringers

10/30/2016

Nowadays, high efficiency and process speeds are indispensable when processing medical devices. Therefore, auxiliary agents, such as Interlock instrument stringers, are ideal supplements for daily work in the central sterile services department (CSSD).

For example, joint instruments in an open state can be threaded to the instrument stringer after being used in surgery. Once the stringer has been closed, it can be placed in a sieve tray together with the instruments. In so doing, and whilst they are being cleaned in the WD, the joints of the contaminated instruments always remain open, which provides a more effective cleaning result.

The instrument stringers can also be a great help when packing surgery sets. In the CSSD, for instance, ring handle instruments can be placed in the order of the packing list along with the instrument stringers in a sieve tray. They will arrive pre-sorted in the surgery, where they will be used. This not only saves time, but also facilitates the counting of the instruments after they have been used in surgery.

The Interlock instrument stringers are manufactured from corrosion-resistant stainless steel and are durable. They are available with two key mechanisms (ball or hook closure), as well as in two different widths and four lengths. The Interlock instrument stringers can be used for a large number of conventional instrument groups.

 

REF Format in inch
Closure SU   REF Format in inch
Closure SU
20443 4" x 2,5"
ball 1 pc.   20451 4" x 2,5" hook 1 pc.
20444 6" x 2,5" ball 1 pc.   20452 6" x 2,5" hook 1 pc.
20445 8" x 2,5" ball 1 pc.   20453 8" x 2,5" hook 1 pc.
20446 10" x 2,5" ball 1 pc.   20454 10" x 2,5" hook 1 pc.
20447 6" x 6" ball 1 pc.   20455 6" x 6" hook 1 pc.
20448 8" x 6" ball 1 pc.   20456 8" x 6" hook 1 pc.
20449 10" x 6" ball 1 pc.   20457 10" x 6" hook 1 pc.
20450 12" x 6" ball 1 pc.    20458 12" x 6" hook 1 pc.