Covidien Kendall Phlebotomy Sharps Container

Covidien Kendall Phlebotomy Sharps Container

Brand/Manufacturer: COVIDIEN/MEDTRONIC
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Covidien Kendall Phlebotomy Sharps Container fits into present blood drawing trays for the efficient disposal of blood, hypodermic and IV needles. This container facilitates temporary and final closures. It features clear top to monitor fill levels and container lock to secure for final disposal.

Item #DescPkg Price 
8901SA SharpSafety, 1 Pint, Red Each $0.14
$9.44
$4.67
8901SA SharpSafety, 1 Pint, Red 100/Case $9.76
$451.34
$325.49
8900SA Autodrop, 1 Quart, Red Each $0.16
$9.70
$5.24
8900SA Autodrop, 1 Quart, Red 100/Case $8.69
$405.29
$289.64
1522SA SharpSafety, 2.2 Quart, Red Each $0.16
$9.70
$5.24
1522SA SharpSafety, 2.2 Quart, Red 60/Case $6.80
$321.98
$226.75

Features

  • Kendall Phlebotomy Sharps Container is compact in size
  • Adapt to blood drawing trays and techniques
  • Variety of opening sizes
  • Allows for disposal of a variety of sharps such as lancets, butterfly tubing and small syringes
  • Available with holders and brackets to maintain upright throughtout use

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What do you do with the container once full?
Kathy - 7/29/2015 10:45:00 AM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. The rules and regulations regarding sharps disposal may be different in towns and counties around the country, so check with your local sanitation or health department. 

When the Sharps Container is full, seal it and check with your community how to dispose of it properly. If, as a last resort, you choose to put it in a trash receptacle, do not place it in a recycling bin because insulin syringes, pen needles and lancets are not recyclable.

Hope it helps.
Customer Service - 7/30/2015 2:31:10 AM