Tape, adhesive

last updated : 2018/12/31
Code Description Budget Price Ship. weight Ship. vol.
MDRETADSP02
TAPE, ADHESIVE PAPER, 2.5 cm x 10 m, roll CH 0,76 0,0283kg 0,10925L Add
MDRETADSP05
TAPE, ADHESIVE PAPER, 5 cm x 10 m, roll CH 1,51 0,05kg 0,15L Add
MDRETADSZ02
TAPE, ADHESIVE, ZINC-OXYDE, 2.5cm CH 1,61 0kg 0 Add
MDRETADSZ05
TAPE, ADHESIVE, ZINC-OXYDE, 5cm on request 0kg 0 Add

General information

To secure dressings and medical appliances on the skin.

Suitable for first aid.

Specifications

Materials:

Paper or textile strip with adhesive spread in an even layer on one side.

 

Woven or nonwoven textile strip.

 

Adhesive: mixture of rubber, resins and lanolin.

 

Alternative: tape, adhesive, zinc oxide, perforated, with easily detachable protective polyethylene film prevent the passage of air..

 

Material: textile strip, woven acetate taffeta.

Technical Specifications:

- High cutaneous tolerance.

 

- Non-stretchable.

 

- Able to be torn by hand.

 

- Must adhere strongly when applied to the skin, but can be removed without causing any significant lesions.

 

Colour: white or flesh-coloured.

Unit presentation:

1 roll, not sterile, disposable.

 

Size: length 10m, width  2.5cm or 5cm

 

1 roll (with or without dispensing wheel) in a protective box (6 or 12 rolls per box).

Storage:

Protect from humidity.

 

Temperature: below 25°C.

Primary packaging:

Should indicate: manufacturer’s name and/or trademark. "sterile", lot number, manufacturing date by year and month product description, single CE mark and reference number of notifying body. Must be multilingual: English, French and Spanish, others when available.

Secondary packaging:

Protected unit, indicate number of primary packages.

 

Labelling is the same as that of primary packaging.

 

Additional required information: Number of units per secondary packaging. Information for product-specific storage conditions (e.g., temperature, pressure, light, humidity, etc.).

Outer packaging:

Packaging unit: strong carton.

Other requirements:

Meets pharmacopoeia specifications.