A RANGE of compliant packaging solutions for specimen transportation – including 95 kPa bags and absorbent pouches – are among the Enaris Lab product range.

Enaris – the new name for Sirane’s medical division – has been created to service medical, laboratory, dental, care-home, emergency and veterinary sectors.

And Enaris Lab’s compliant product range offers the full secondary packaging solution for anyone looking to safely transport diagnostic specimens.

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, Enaris MD, said: “The Enaris Lab range includes 95 kPa bags, specimen bags, multi-bay absorbent pouches, and a range of absorbent pads – everything you need to ensure full compliance in your specimen transportation.

“With 95 kPa bags available in A4, A5 and A6, and pouches available in anything from single bay to six-bay, it doesn’t matter what combination you’re after.

“This a just part of the Enaris Lab range… we also offer absorbent tray-liners, advanced spillage protection and a range of nylon autoclave bags.”

Enaris has drawn on Sirane’s expertise in areas including absorbency and material science – as well as from listening to the needs of the market – to create a portfolio of products, many of which are available to buy online from www.enaris.co.uk

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, Enaris MD, said: “Enaris has been able to take Sirane’s existing expertise and use it to create an exciting new company focused on providing a service to new sectors where there is a gap in the market.

“We’re trying to make sure buyers can purchase from us exactly how they want to: hence the reason we’re launching a web-shop for many standard products… and of course, buying direct from the manufacturer, we can offer competitive prices.

“Enaris is also a development company, and from day one we will be happy to talk to customers about developing new products using our knowledge and expertise, and we’ll also be able to offer many products in bespoke versions.”

The company is adding an additional facility in Telford later this year, allowing Enaris to have separate manufacturing and independent office space.

Other products manufactured by Enaris include non-slip disposable absorbent floor mats used in NHS operating theatres, absorbent tourniquet drapes and spill pads.

For more information, contact James Hemmings, National Sales Manager, on 07483 984622 or Jonathan Mason, Business Development Manager, on 07837 047648.

Enaris will be exhibiting at Health+Care Show at the ExCeL Arena, London, from June 28-29, 2017. Our stand is N75. For more information on the company, or any of the products, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PRODUCT manufacturing, expertise and product development are the foundations for a new medical & healthcare company launched today.

Enaris – the new name for Sirane’s medical division – has been created to service medical, laboratory, dental, care-home, emergency and veterinary sectors.

It has drawn on Sirane’s expertise in areas including absorbency and material science – as well as from listening to the needs of the market – to create a portfolio of products, many of which are available to buy online from www.enaris.co.uk

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, Enaris MD, said: “Enaris has been able to take Sirane’s existing expertise and use it to create an exciting new company focused on providing a service to new sectors where there is a gap in the market.

“We’re trying to make sure buyers can purchase from us exactly how they want to: hence the reason we’re launching a web-shop for many standard products… and of course, buying direct from the manufacturer, we can offer competitive prices.

“Enaris is also a development company, and from day one we will be happy to talk to customers about developing new products using our knowledge and expertise, and we’ll also be able to offer many products in bespoke versions.”

The company is adding an additional facility in Telford later this year, allowing Enaris to have separate manufacturing and independent office space.

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