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CE Marked Containers From Bibby Sterilin
Sterilin is pleased to announce its range of containers and Petri dishes CE marked in accordance with the recent In Vitro Diagnostic Directive 98/79/EC.
Always one step ahead, Bibby Sterilin has a range of polystyrene containers which are the first of their kind on the market to have full compliance with the latest IVD Directive and bear the requisite CE mark.
The range is aseptically manufactured under class 10,000 standard clean-room conditions - an environment which ensures no contact with any contaminants, guaranteeing extremely high sterility assurance levels.
Bibby Sterilin offers a wide range of sizes from the 7ml bijou through to the large 250ml container where labelling options include unlabelled, plain or clinical label. A choice of either plastic or metal flow seal cap, all of which are leak tested to British Standard S213, promises that Sterilin can offer an unrivalled range of products for secure sample containment.
To ensure a guaranteed leak proof seal even after repeated handling, the 30ml universal has a patented flow seal cap. As one of the leading plasticware manufacturers Sterilin also has the facility to manufacture specialist polystyrene containers that can be tailored to suit individual customers requirements. One example is the mucus extractor. Specially designed for the clinical market, this is a CE marked, class 1 product, guaranteed sterile by gamma irradiation.
Hot on the heels of Bibby Sterilin's polystyrene containers, a range of 90mm Petri dishes now carry the distinctive CE mark, denoting their compliance with the latest IVD Directive (IVD-Directive 98/79/EC) which becomes mandatory in December 2003. Designed specifically for in vitro diagnostic use, the 90mm Petri dish is the most widely used product in the microbiology industry and is ideal for all applications. It is aseptically manufactured under class 10,000 standard clean-room conditions - an environment which ensures no contact with any contaminants, guaranteeing extremely high sterility assurance levels.
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