Safety I.V. Cannula



Needle Safety Guard


Snap Fit Cap


Safety I.V. Cannula with snap fit cap and perforated wings

Sizes: 14G to 26G

Polypen Safety


Needle Safety Guard


Safety I.V. Cannula without port & wings (Pen Type)

Sizes: 14G to 26G

Polywin Safety


Needle Safety Guard


Safety I.V. Cannula without port, without wings

Sizes: 14G to 26G

Polycan Safety


Needle Safety Guard


Safety I.V. Cannula with wings, without port

Sizes: 14G to 26G

Common features

  •  User friendly, self-activating Safety mechanism
  •  Needle safety guard automatically covers the bevel after withdrawal of needle from the hub, minimizing the risk of needle stick injuries
  •  Easy identification of needle safety guard after covering needle tip due to color coding
  •  Rounded Grip on needle hub for better support
  •  Cannulation technique similar to conventional I.V. Cannula
  •  Special tapered & kink resistant FEP/PUR radiopaque catheter for easy insertion with optimal flow rates
  •  Manufactured from tested bio-compatible materials offering longer indwelling time
  •  Injection port with snap fit cap for easy opening and closing (For code: 11006)

Size Catheter Catheter Length mm Flow Rate (ml/mnt)
14G Orange  2.0 45  305
16G Grey 1.7 45 200
17G White 1.5 45 142
18G Green 1.3 45 100
18G Green 1.3 32 105
20G Pink 1.1 32 61
22G Blue 0.9 25 36
24G Yellow 0.7 19 23
26G Voilet 0.6 19 17

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