Multi-roll tape dispenser (Chemical Indicator tape)

Dispenser for sterilizer tape that holds two (2) reels of tape. The ability to hold two (2) rolls of tape gives the packaging operator a flexible support. The dispenser is designed as a free-standing table model with a built-in cutting knife for easy one-hand operation of indicator tape. A heavy-duty bottom plate, fitted with anti-slip rubber, prevents the dispenser from slipping when tape is torn off. The dispenser is made of high quality coated steel that assures a long lifetime.


Getinge Proseal Premium has a printer function that detectsbthe pouch width and notifies the user if not all text and barcodes that are preset to be printed, will fit on the pouch


To secure best routines for infection control, high efficiency and
an ergonomic workplace, the entire circulation of sterile goods must be considered. That’s why Getinge offers not only washerdisinfectors and sterilizers, but complete processing systems with thought-through loading equipment and accessories that might be needed.


Our accessories for pre-cleaning, inspection, packing, storage and distribution provides an efficient and seamless flow of sterile goods, where everything fits together with coherent design and functionality.


Our products are suited for many different applications, such as central sterile supply departments, small clinics and practices, dental clinics, laboratories etc. You´ll find more about what accessories fit what applications on the next couple of pages, as well as a register at the back that lists all our available accessories. If you are unable to find the products you’re looking for, please contact your local Getinge representative.

We can normally assist you with everything you need.
Instrument reprocessing:
Soiled zone

Instrument reprocessing:
Clean zone

Instrument reprocessing:
Sterile zone

Goods carriers

  • Trays
  • Baskets
  • Trolleys

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