Symbol Meaning

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26 February, 2017

Do you know what the symbols in our packages stand for?

These symbols, with different meanings and significance levels, contribute for clarifying consumers. They provide you with information about package and product design, use and safety regulations, expiration dates, and other. We help you to figure out their meanings so you can use our products in an informed way.

Relates to product shelf life. This hourglass means our product has an expiration date of 3 years from its production date and that it must not be used after said date.

Date of manufacture. Indicates the month and year of production and from when the expiration date must be counted.

Catalogue reference.

Batch code.

Single use symbol, meaning this product must not be reused.

Do not resterilize the product.

Steam sterilized products. Informs that this product underwent a procedure for full elimination of microbiological life, in the case of our products, by means of a duly validated sterilisation process under 134 ºC.

Keep away from rain.

Non-sterile product.

Do not use if package is open or damaged as product sterilization may have been compromised.

CE symbol certifying product compliance with European Legislation.

ISO 9001 standard, a reference international standard for the certification of quality management systems.
Adapted to bedridden and/or limited mobility patients.
Adapted to bedridden and/or limited mobility patients.

Recyclable package.

Throw package in proper recycling bin after use.
Product tested in laboratories on a regular basis.