Split-septum swabbable valves for infection control are designed to eliminate the need for needles. Featuring a patented design, the tube-end luer valves can be used in a variety of applications requiring high flow and a closed system.

September 16, 2011

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High-Flow Valves Designed to Eliminate Need for Needles

halkey_luer.jpgSplit-septum swabbable valves for infection control are designed to eliminate the need for needles. Featuring a patented design, the tube-end luer valves can be used in a variety of applications requiring high flow and a closed system. In addition, they can simplify assembly for set manufacturers and enhance product reliability by eliminating the need for a luer connector and a bonding operation. Pockets designed to accommodate tubes measuring 2.0, 2.5, 2.8, 3.7, and 4.0 mm ensure convenient bonding. The valves are made from ISO 10993–compliant, latex-free, and DEHP-free materials.

Halkey-Roberts Corp.
St. Petersburg, FL, 727/471-4200
 

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