Immediateload’s packaging process is performed in compliance with the standards set by the EC 93/42 Directive, which guarantee the sterilisation shelf-life. All our implants are sterilised by beta rays and packaged in a vial that, in turn, is placed inside a plastic container safety seal cap.
The plastic container is placed inside a cardboard box bearing a removable label. A similar label is also present on the plastic container and bears the implant information details. The label can be placed on the implant passport and on the patient’s medical record sheet.
The methacrylate vial with Polyethylene (PE) top is carefully washed and dried
The transparent Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) container is closed with a white Polypropylene (PP) stopper with a safety seal
The cardboard box (3.5 x 6,2 x 3,5 cm) must be stored in a dry place at room temperature