Puritan 25-806 1WC EC - Sterile Cotton Tipped Applicator - Aerated Protector Tip - Wood Handle - 6" - 500/Case

Item #: 25-806-1WC-EC-H015

Product Info

Puritan Medical Products Inc
25-806 1WC EC

The Puritan 25-806 1WC EC Cotton Tipped Applicator is a sterile applicator that has a aerated tip protector cotton tip with a wood handle. The tip of this applicator is a soft absorbent high quality medical USP grade cotton material. It's securely bonded to a sturdy wood handle with an aqueous based adhesive and is perfect for diagnostic, medical, and forensic environments for task's like specimen collection, DNA collection, and evidence collection. The 25-806 1WC EC cotton tip applicator is CE marked for medical use and meets FDA GMP's, ISO 9001:2008, and ISO 13485:2003 standards (certificate of sterility and/or conformance is available with each shipment upon request). It comes packaged as a unit with a reclosable, ventilated cap that keeps the tip suspended away from the sides even when laying flat to dry and makes it perfect for transporting samples.

The cotton tip is a pharmaceutical-grade spun cotton fiber, which is standard for applicators that are used in all applications from basic patient care to crime scene investigation. This material is soft, very absorbent and safe that performs consistently and reliably. Puritan Medical Products only purchases the finest grade USP cotton in bales and then cards the fiber to their specifications to assure consistent quality for the user's specific use.

Benefits & Features of the Puritan 25-806 1WC EC Sterile Cotton Tipped Applicator:

  • High quality USP grade cotton
  • Securely bonded with an aqueous based adhesive
  • Medical grade
  • Aerated tip protector
  • Ventilated cap
  • Reclosable
  • Tip suspended away from sides
  • Can lay flat to dry

Sterile Cotton Appl - Aerated Tip - Wd Hndl - 6" - 500/Cs

Item Specifications

  • Wood
  • 6"
  • 500-Case
  • Cotton Tipped Swabs
  • Cotton
  • 7 lbs per CS

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