Clean room hygienic boxes
Correx® medical boxes and pharma packaging
Similar to Correx® vial trays – and being fibre free, easy to clean and sterilise – Correx® clean room boxes or pharma boxes are commonplace for clean room applications.
Depending on the style and type of Correx® box required, they are also frequently used in medical industries. Applications can include transporting samples, blood, human tissue, live animals, various medical or pharmaceutical specimens etc. Correx® is ideal for applications of this nature due to being easy to clean and sterilise. Read More
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Detailed information on Correx® medical packaging
Medical and pharmaceutical packaging demands the highest standards – which is why organisations in these industries are increasingly using Correx® boxes for various applications.
This growth in popularity is for several reasons.
Firstly, clean room packaging and medical boxes manufactured from Correx® are fibre free, meaning they do not generate dust or particles that could contaminate samples or other materials.
They are also easy to clean and are suitable for EtO, gamma, and autoclave sterilisation.
Besides this, Correx® pharma packaging is strong and durable, reusable, resistant to water and most chemicals, and provides excellent longevity.
All these benefits mean that Correx® medical and pharma boxes are ideally suited to transporting and protecting medical samples and pharmaceutical products. They are an excellent solution for sterile zones too. They can even assist with avoiding requirements for re-packing and can help with traceability as well.
Custom clean room packaging
Due to the nature of Correx® (being easily fabricated), your medical packaging and clean room boxes can be manufactured in virtually any size and style.
Options available include gable boxes and carry cases for the movement of samples or sensitive material (often used for organs, blood, or human tissue). Standard boxes with divider sets for samples (similar to vial trays) and even sealable packaging used for clinical waste are also common.
Besides this, Correx® boxes can be specified in various colours, helping to identify specific items at a glance. You can also choose to enhance any Correx® medical boxes with print. Whilst this can include logos and branding, your medical packaging can also carry important handling or storage info, safety warnings, and other essential details.
And finally, the majority of clean room boxes can be supplied flat to minimise space when not in storage and typically last hundreds of uses (reducing ongoing costs).
Key benefits of Pharma packaging and clean room boxes at a glance
- Dust and fibre free.
- Ideal for clean rooms.
- Easily cleaned, sterilised, and reused.
- Suitable for EtO, gamma, and autoclave sterilisation.
- Used for storage and transit of samples, blood, live animals etc.
- Supplied flat to save space.
- Easily assembled and collapsed.
- Custom sizes and styles are available.
- Can be printed with branding, instructions etc.
- Resistant to water, chemicals, oils and grease.
Questions on Correx® pharma and medical packaging
If you think that Correx® boxes could be a good fit for your cleanroom application, the following section aims to answer a number of the frequently asked questions regarding this.
Alternatively, contact GWP on 01793 754 457 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Are these suitable for clean room use?
Correx® boxes are particularly suited to use in clean room applications. This suitability is because they do not “shed” fibres that could contaminate samples, and you can also clean and reuse them (including EtO, gamma, and autoclave sterilisation).
Can Correx® be used to transport medical samples?
Many organisations frequently use Correx® boxes for the transportation of medical samples. They are also commonly used for blood, tissue samples, organs, and clinical waste. Including divider sets make these boxes suitable for storing and handling glass vials (similar to vial trays).
Can these be used for live animals?
Veterinary surgeries, wildlife charities and other organisations can use Correx® boxes for transporting live animals.
Can these Correx® pharma boxes be printed?
You can add print to your Correx® pharma boxes to include logos, handling and storage instructions, health and safety info, warnings, etc. GWP can add print through either simple screen printing or direct digital methods.
Can Correx® plastic boxes be used for other applications?
Correx® boxes are incredibly versatile, allowing your business to use them for various applications. Typical uses include returnable transit packaging, archive and storage boxes, postal packaging, retail and much more.
Similar Correx® boxes
Alternative plastic packaging for a range of applications
Several alternative Correx® boxes, trays and inserts may be suitable for use at your business, organisation, or research lab.