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DryMax Combimat
DryMax Combimat in Surgery
DryMax Combimat in Surgery
DryMax Combimat in Surgery

DryMax Combimat Surgical Floor Mat (Box of 30 pieces)

Regular price $440.00 $349.00 Sale

DryMax Combimat is a hygienic single-use mat which has primarily been developed to create a better and drier working environment for orthopedic surgeons,  gynaecologists, and urologists alike. The mat is designed to absorb flushing liquid (i.e. irrigation fluid), urine, and blood.

This large mat comprises of two areas, one is absorbent and the other a superabsorbent area. The white absorbent area is suitable for standing on and can also be placed under a stool. An anti-skid/barrier layer keeps the mat in place and prevents fluids from going through, thereby minimizing the risk of wet and slippery floors. The green superabsorbent area has a very high absorption capacity, binding water-based fluids and bacteria – keeping them from leaking out. As the mat can easily be folded it can be used to protect shoes, floors and other areas.

DryMax Combimat provides a drier, more hygienic, safer and pleasant working environment – also meaning less time and money spent on cleaning. Depending on the fluid absorbed – the mat can be disposed of in the usual manner. Turn-around time is reduced considerably, allowing for more operations to be carried out.

SAMPLES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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Approx Size: 39" x 43"  (100 x 110 cm)

Packaging: 5 pcs/plastic bag x 6 = 30 pcs/box

Applications: White absorbent part absorbs all liquids; green superabsorbent part absorbs water based liquids such as saline, urine and blood.

Use: Disposable product for single use, do NOT cut outer cover, do NOT stand on the mat – risk of slipperiness. White walkable part with blue antiskid surface towards the ground. 

Absorbency: Approximately 15 liters of tap water or 7 liters of  0.9% nacl
White Part - 1.5 liters of all liquids
Green Part - 13 liters of tap water or 5 liters of  0.9% nacl.

Disposal: Treat as clinical waste, combustion forms carbon dioxide and water.

 

NOTE: Not sold as individual pieces.  Price shown reflects box price.