True Blue Tubing A Clamp by Dravon Medical Nonsterile Blue

True Blue Tubing A Clamp by Dravon Medical Nonsterile Blue

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A-Clamp Tube Occluding 4.25" Smooth Jaw Nylon Blue With Finger Holes Non-Sterile Not Made With Natural Rubber Latex Disposable

This is the original, "True Blue" T-Clamp by Dravon. Hospital and other medical personnel use this clamp to secure towels, drapes and sponges. A special nylon formulation makes the Dravon clamp strong yet lightweight. This inexpensive clamp costs only a fraction of its metal counterparts.

Caution:

The T-Clamps will perform at maximum strength when used for the first time. With any plastic device, repeated exposure to heat and chemicals during the cleaning/disinfecting and/or sterilization procedure will cause a loss of clamp strength over a period of time. You must remain alert for any weakness that may occur if this clamp is reused.

Do not use T-Clamps to occlude tubing. Use Dravon’s A-Clamp for this purpose.

Cleaning/disinfecting And/or Sterilization:

T-Clamps can be cleaned using warm water and a detergent, such as Alconox, mixed in a sonic cleaner. In addition, cold disinfectant solutions, such as Cidex, can be used to disinfect T-Clamps during a soak. Some solutions, such as bleach, can cause discoloration of the plastic and erosion of the metal rivet. Whenever possible, follow medical device cleaning protocols in your facility, as well as warning labels on cleaning solutions to prevent or minimize damage during the process. After a cleaning/disinfecting procedure, the T-Clamp may be sterilized. Dravon maintains test data related to the autoclave and EtO method of sterilization on file.

Additional Information

Dimensions 11.375 × 6.375 × 8.25 in

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