Cardinal Health 92309 Paper Sterilization Self-Seal Pouch 3.5″ W x 9.875″ L (200/BX)

Cardinal Health 92309 Paper Sterilization Self-Seal Pouch 3.5″ W x 9.875″ L (200/BX)


Allow sterilization of enclosed devices
maintain sterility until opened
provide for aseptic delivery
Sterilization pouches or peel pouches are designed to contain single items.

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Sterility maintenance or dust covers are protective plastic bags used to help maintain the sterility of an item by protecting it from the environment.

Sterilization Pouch/Tubing, Paper:

  • Combines a blue film and a medical grade paper to provide breathability, sterile barrier and indication of processing.
  • Includes an external process indicator for Steam and Ethylene Oxide (EO) Gas sterilization.
  • Seal the pouch yourself (e.g. self-seal) or mechanically with a heat sealer (e.g. heat-seal).

Sterility Maintenance Covers:

  • Also known as dust covers – used after sterilization to help maintain the sterility and cleanliness of the enclosed product.
  • Made of polyethylene with welded seals to help prevent seal opening in use.


  • Brand Name: Cardinal Health
  • Item Weight: 1.37 pounds
  • Part Number: 92309

Additional Information

Dimensions 12 × 7.75 × 5.5 in

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