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New Steril-Eze Surgical Case Carts from Eagle MHC Feature Rugged, Easy-Clean Design
Date:8/5/2008

Steril-Eze® surgical case carts from Eagle MHC are designed for maximum cleanability and sterile transport

Clayton, Del. (PRWEB) August 5, 2008 -- http://www.eaglegrp.com/ [Steril-Eze® surgical case carts] from Eagle MHC are designed for maximum cleanability and sterile transport. The Steril-Eze® product line - which encompasses a wide range of choices in horizontal and vertical closed carts as well as open-wire cart designs - features durable, easy-to-clean surfaces plus special design elements that facilitate a clean operating environment as well as long-life functionality.

These carts feature super-clean type 300 series stainless steel construction, and include several unique door and panel design features that remove bacteria-gathering crevices, plus provide a rugged door-latch assembly. The cart's bottom shelf can be sloped slightly forward to allow drainage, while the doors have their own integral drain systems to control against moisture entrapment. Removable interior shelf brackets allow for easy cleaning and relocation of shelves. Choose from stainless, wire, solid or perforated shelves that pull out to facilitate loading and unloading, coupled with built-in safety stops to prevent accidental tippage. Custom sizes in both the open and closed carts are available as well as carts specifically designed to perform in automatic lift systems.

The Steril-Eze® open-wire surgical case cart is the newest product offering, featuring Eagle's patented QuadTruss® design that makes the wire shelves up to 25% stronger and provides a retaining edge for increased storage stability. The cart's shelves and posts are made of type 300 series stainless steel, making the unit corrosion-resistant and fully washable. The open-wire design makes for easy viewing of shelf contents, and optional tote boxes are made
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