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The BladeFLASK is simple to use with a quick “push, click, and pull” action to remove and contain used scalpel blades. Used together with a hands-free passing technique, the Qlicksmart BladeFLASK can prevent up to 5 times more injuries than a safety scalpel.
The BladeFLASK is simple to use with a quick “push, click, and pull” action to remove and contain used scalpel blades.
Used together with a hands-free passing technique, the Qlicksmart BladeFLASK can prevent up to 5 times more injuries than a safety scalpel.
This easy-to-use solution provides a low cost alternative to safety scalpels for all scalpel users.
Qlicksmart’s single-handed BladeFLASK have safely removed over 70 million contaminated scalpel blades, and have prevented up to 150,000 injuries around the world.
|Colour versions||Red- for USA|
Yellow – for all other countries
|Product Code||QFRGEN – Red version|
QFYGEN – Yellow version
|Blade capacity||100 blades – BladeFLASK shuts off automatically when the maximum capacity is reached.|
|Compatible blades and handles||Handles: #3,3L, 4, 5,7, 9|
Blades: #10, 10a, 11, 12, 13, etc. up to and including #25a, 27 and 36
|Incompatible blades and handles||Baron handle, Beaver handle, disposable handles|
|Size per unit||Length 11cm, Width 9cm, Height 14cm|
|Weight per unit||Approx. 250g|
|Accessories||Mounting bracket – the bracket holds the BladeFLASK in place to allow single-handed removal of scalpel blades|
|Material||Body: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)|
Inner mechanism: Polyacetal (POM)
|Reusable||Multi-use – each unit removes 100 blades before disposal. The infectious substance logo on the front label and the correct sharps container colour of the unit allow it to be disposed of as medical waste. Please follow your establishment’s procedures for the disposal of medical waste.|
|Regulatory information||Australia – Listed under TGA ARTG NO: 146821|
USA – FDA 510(K) premarket approved #K983367 as a sharps container
Europe -Class I medical device under Council Directive 93/42/EEC and CE marked