Product Description

  • Our magnetic drapes provide a safe and cost effective means to retain and transfer instruments within the sterile field
  • Constructed of durable medical grade silicone rubber these high quality magnets provide solid retaining force
  • Round magnets with smooth edges to avoid silicone rubber perforations
  • Raised magnets provide for easier grasping of instruments
  • Optional plain instrument "transfer zone" at center of drape for safe instrument handling (see item #42119, 42127, 42128)
  • ETO & Steam sterilizable
  • Flexible to easily conform to surface shapes
  • These items contain no heavy metals or latex
  • This item is NOT MRI safe
  • Dimensions: 12" x 8"
  • Country of Origin: United States of America
  • For Reuse: Testing has been performed for 25 sterilization cycles (250°F for 15 mins); provided item does not get torn or cut, usage should last to 25 cycles or more. Please see 'Instructions' tab for detailed sterilization information.
  • Quantity per Box: 6


Manufacturer Griff Industries
Item Ships From California
GSA Contract Number V797D-40002


Reusable Magnetic Drape Cleaning and Sterilization Instructions:

This information is to serve as guidance only. It is necessary to maintain all national regulations, standards and healthcare facility protocols regarding the reprocessing of surgical instruments and/or devices. No claims are made as to specific cleaning, disinfecting, or sterilizing equipment settings or parameters.NOTES:

  • If a drape was used on/in a patient with or suspected to be infected with Creutzfeldt - Jakob disease (CJD), the drape cannot be reused and must be destroyed due to the inability to reprocess or sterilize to eliminate the risk of patient/caregiver contamination.
  • It is important to clean and reprocess all instruments/devices immediately after use to prevent the build up of biohazard material.
  • All instrument/devices must be thoroughly dry before putting away
  • If the instrument/device is to be put away in a wet condition, make sure the proper/suitable cleaning and/or disinfecting agents are used.

Mechanical Disinfecting:

  • Follow all manufacturer's instructions regarding mixing concentrations, effective temperatures and exposure times for all cleaning/disinfecting solutions used.
  • Avoid the hardening of biological residues caused by alcohols and aldehydes.
  • Use only virucidal/fungicidal/bactericidal disinfecting agents.
  • Rinse the drape thoroughly with running water after chemical disinfection. Refer to the chemical manufacturer's instructions for proper rinsing procedures.
  • Place the drape on a wire basket that is designed for cleaning.
  • Ensure the cleaning/disinfecting agents can flow freely around the drape.
  • Process the drape in a cleaning/disinfecting device. Be sure to follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the equipment.
  • During the disinfecting cycle ensure the washing temperature meets process minimums per facility protocol.
  • Wash the drape for the required time and neutralize (if required).
  • Rinse immediately.
  • Perform a final intensive rinse using distilled/demineralized or fully desalinated water.
  • If thermal disinfection is used, rise with distilled/demineralized or fully desalinated water.
  • Complete a drying cycle per facility protocol.
  • After the cleaning/disinfecting cycle, inspect drape surfaces for visible debris.
  • Re-clean and disinfect if necessary.

Post Disinfecting Care:

  • All the drape to cool to ambient room temperature.
  • Inspect each drape to ensure the item is clean, not damaged, functioning properly and does not have any torn areas.


  • Drapes should be sorted into the appropriate storage device or wire basket. Ensure the proper weight limits are maintained with all baskets/containers used.
  • Pack wire baskets/containers in a way that is suitable for the sterilization process.
  • Pack the drape so the packaging will prevent re-contamination during reprocessing and reuse.


  • Check to ensure the sterilization agent will come in contact with all drape surfaces.
  • For steam sterilization, the process must be performed using a validated steam sterilization cycle (ANSI/AAMI./ISO 11134-1993, ANSI/AAMI ST8::2001).
  • A minimum recommended cycle is 121 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes.
  • Maximum recommended temperature is 134 degrees Celsius for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  • For ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization, the process must be performed using a validated EtO sterilization cycle (ANSI/AAMI ST24 1999/(R)2005).
  • For flash sterilization, the process must be performed using a validated flash sterilization cycle (ANSI/AAMI ST37:1993)

Storage: Store reprocessed drapes in a cool, dry and dust protected area away from regular staff traffic to minimize the risk of recontamination.


Requests for return must be submitted to Customer Service within 14 days of product receipt. All items must be returned unopened in their original packaging in resalable condition. A restocking fee may be deducted at the discretion of the manufacturer. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.


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