The development of our products is based on many years of collaboration with gynecologists, obstetricians, surgeons, innovation centers and inventors in Sweden and Europe. Based on the unique insights we gain, we regularly develop new innovations for better health care.
Our production consists mainly of our own products, but we also carry out subcontracting of other medical instruments for a number of players who have placed all or part of their production with us.
With us you will find a modern and automated production of medical devices.
The production consists of state-of-the-art all-electric machines with a robot at each machine. The staff has long and solid experience in plastic injection molding.
The production facility has high ceilings, is bright and comfortable to work in. We work systematically to develop and improve the working environment for our employees.
Today we have a clean room where products are assembled for sterilization. The clean room is classified according to ISO class 8. All production has HEPA-ventilated air and the clean room has locks for in and out shipment of goods, as well as staff locks. All sterile products manufactured by Cetro Medical are sterilized by our own sterilization concept with ethylene oxide.
Our customers value expertise where manufacturing is controlled, environmentally friendly and where only quality products leave the factory.
For a number of years, we have sterilized several of our products with EtO (ethylene oxide). At our supplier today, Rose GmbH, we have validated our own sterilization cycle for our "Mixed Load Concept" which means that since autumn 2016 we offer EtO contract sterilization for Nordic companies at a reasonable cost.
The concept means that the customer pays a small connection fee and thus receives the complete validation. Thereafter, a charge is made per pallet.
Contact us to assess whether your product can be sterilized in our cycle.
Sterilization also requires that ageing studies have been performed on the primary packaging of sterile products. This is to determine how long the packaging can maintain sterility.
After the first sterilization, a residual gas measurement should be made to evaluate the amount of gas remaining on the product at delivery to the end customer. This is done according to the ISO 10993-7 standard.
We can help you with questions regarding microbiology and related tests.