Our solutions are made from advanced medical grade materials that are compatible with autoclave, gamma, and EtO sterilization methods. They offer sterile barrier protection along with puncture and abrasion resistance.
Protection. Abrasion Resistance. Sterile Barrier Integrity.
These are important issues to ensure that your medical device, instrument, or orthopedic implant performs properly when the time comes. There can be no question as to whether your parts were damaged during shipment, came in contact with their packaging to cause particulate, or punctured the sterile barrier.
With decades of experience, access to an array of advanced medical grade materials, packaging design expertise and cleanroom manufacturing capabilities, we can partner with you to design and develop a solution that meets your exact need. Whether you need visibility of the product within the packaging, embossed part numbers, or user-friendly product extraction from the sterile barrier system, UFP has the knowledge and expertise to make it happen.
Our packaging systems can also reduce tooling costs and inventory by giving you the flexibility to incorporate multiple medical products within a single package.
FlexShield is a flexible thermoplastic polyurethane film used for medical packaging, component, and product applications. Its durability and sterility lend itself to providing excellent protection for devices and patients. In addition to custom FlexShield solutions, we offer standard FlexShield pouches, bags, and tip protectors.
Utilizing FlexShield within your packaging systems will ensure the integrity of the sterile barrier between your instruments and outside contaminates.
UFP MedTech has access to an array of medical grade closed-cell and open-cell foams, which are commonly used for medical instrument packaging in the form of trays, inserts, and pouches. Many of these foams are compatible with autoclave, EtO and gamma sterilization methods.
We offer closed-cell foams that are manufactured with nitrogen to eliminate out-gassing allowing the packaging to be used in operating rooms and cleanroom environments.
PETG, PETE, ABS, HDPE are commonly utilized thermoplastics for medical device packaging due to their durability and ability to withstand sterilization. Rigid plastics can be vacuum formed into clamshells, trays, and components used for protective packaging, procedure kits, and medical trays.
Mounting cards, also known as pouch cards, HDPE cards, and backer cards are manufactured from thin, lightweight HDPE, making them an excellent and cost-effective alternative to trays and other medical packaging options.
At UFP MedTech, we strive to offer quality packaging solutions that address our customers’ main concerns. In the allograft packaging space, this includes using materials that protect an implant being transported to the operating room, while maintaining proper temperatures for up to 120 hours.
At UFP MedTech, we specialize in providing both standard and custom sterile barrier packaging for spinal implants including fusion devices, pedicle screws, plates, spacers, fixations, and tools.