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systainer® in medical applications

Our patented case system, which allows you to stack and link/combine individual systainer® cases, is also a great choice for use in the medical field! Each systainer® stands out by using high-quality ABS material and offers the following properties:
  • High mechanical strength and stiffness
  • Great dimensional stability in hot and cold conditions
  • Splash proof
  • High chemical resistance to diluted acids and bases, saturated hydrocarbons and gasoline
  • Weather resistance
View other advantages of our systainer® here

Insulated systainer®

Insulated systainer® are very well suited for securely shipping diagnostic samples of material class UN 3373, are fully compliant with packaging regulation P 650 and have been tested and certified by the BAM in Berlin.

Our Neopor and EPP inserts have grooves on both sides for installing separators which make it possible to insert ice packs on both sides – making it impossible for the samples and ice packs to touch.

Advantages of the different inserts:

Neopor insert

The Neopor insert offers significantly better insulating properties than typical Styrofoam inserts, as well as better stability with only a small pricing difference.

EPP insert

The EPP insert stands out for extreme stability, and can easily be cleaned in an industrial dishwasher.

Technical data

Our systainer® cases fulfill all requirements of packaging regulation P 650. The following systainer® have been tested and certified by the BAM in Berlin: systainer® T-Loc I, systainer® T-Loc II, systainer® T-Loc III, systainer® T-Loc IV, systainer® T-Loc V.

The systainer® T-Loc models listed above fulfill the following packaging requirements as rigid exterior packaging:

  • Packaging instruction P 650 in accordance with subsection 4.1.4.1 of the ADR 2011
  • Packaging instruction P 650 in accordance with subsection 4.1.4.1 of the RID 2011
  • Packaging instruction P 650 in accordance with subsection 4.1.4.1 of the IMDG Code 2010 (Amdt 35-10)
  • Packing instruction P 650 according to 4.8.1 of ICAO-TI 2011-2012
  • Packing instruction P 650 according to 4.1.4.1 of the RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS of the UNITED NATIONS – 16th revision

Sending diagnostic samples correctly

If you need further information on the topic “Sending diagnostic samples correctly,” please use the following link to the Berufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (BGW - Association for Health Service and Welfare Work ).