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SHARPSGUARD® orange is a comprehensive range of containers for the disposal of sharps, excluding those contaminated with medicinal products and their residues.
The container labels indicate that disposal should be by incineration or other authorised process and is designed for the consignment of waste categorised by the following EWC (European Waste Catalogue) codes: 18 01 01, 18 01 03, 18 02 01, 18 02 02.
To ensure the containers are safe and simple to use there are assembly instructions (where applicable) on the label, along with the details about how to keep the contents and users safe in between use. Whilst in use, the containers should be positioned safely using either a bracket or a tray from the POUDS® range - designed specifically for the SHARPSGUARD® containers. When the container is full (never overfilled) - (contents reaching the safe fill line where applicable) the container should be locked - again, details on how to lock are on the label, once locked the container should be disposed of safely. Care must be taken at all times when handling all Sharps and Clinical waste containers.
SHARPSGUARD® orange 7
This multi-purpose container features a robust pail handle for easy transportation when full. A wall bracket for this container is detailed in our POUDS® section. This container is manufactured to BS EN ISO 23907.
SHARPSGUARD® EXTRA orange 8.5
SHARPSGUARD® EXTRA orange 8.5 is an ideal solution for the management of sharps in high public access areas. The unique rotating chamber helps prevent the retrieval of contents - vital in places where children may be present. Additionally, the rotary chamber offers a 'full' warning which helps to overcome the risks involved with overfilling.
As well as the rotary chamber the temporary closure position on the lid provides extra security during use and when permanently closed it ensures the contents remain secure during transportation.
The robust pail type handle enables safe and simple transportation and the bracket on the rear of the container will fit all our standard POUDS® brackets.
The container is manufactured to BS EN ISO 23907.
SHARPSGUARD® orange 11.5
This multi-purpose container features a robust pail handle for easy transportation when full. A wider aperture on the SHARPSGUARD® orange 11.5 allows easy insertion of larger items. Wall brackets are available from POUDS®. This container is manufactured from BS EN ISO 23907
SHARPSGUARD® orange 22
Ideal for theatres, laboratories and sluice rooms with high volumes of healthcare waste. The wide aperture of the SHARPSGUARD® orange 22 allows economical and convenient disposal of large items. Wall brackets are available to keep this container off the floor and to ensure consistent positioning. The container is manufactured to BS EN ISO 23907.
SHARPSGUARD® orange 22 xa
The xa denotes 'extra access'. This container is designed for disposal of larger instruments. The SHARPSGUARD® orange 22 xa has a hands-free hinged door providing a large aperture for the disposal of large instruments with minimum handling. The door, which can remain open at 45 and 90 degrees, also has a temporary closure. 'Push to lock' is indicated on the door and the secure permanent closure provides safety when transported.
This 22 litre container fits the larger wall brackets, refer to the POUDS® section for details. Each container has an absorbent pad to accommodate liquid which can be present when procedure tray contents are disposed of. The colour coded lid, handle and label allow for easy identification when stacked, before use and then when assembled.