Absorbent tray-liners

ENARIS disposable absorbent Tray Liners are commonly used in labs, theatres and clinics when autoclaving - to reduce damage and condensation.

The Tray Liners cover theatre trays and baskets to assist in preventing the spread of condensation during the autoclave process, thus ensuring dry packs. The disposable absorbent liners help prevent cross-infection contamination.

They are often used under trays to protect wraps from sharp corners/feet on trays and baskets whilst also providing rapid absorption of condensate during processing, reducing the incidence of damaged or wet packs.

Enaris can offer a variety of different material options, ranging from crepe through to materials offering a higher level of absorbency, and with impermeable backing.

Products can be manufactured to size to suit your requirements.

Mark Lingard, Marketing Manager, said: “We get a lot of inquiries for tray-liners, and there seems to be a lot of variety in what we’re asked for, and a lot of different sizes on the market. The message here is Enaris can offer the whole range.”

Other products offered by Enaris include non-slip disposable absorbent floor mats used in operating theatres, scrubs, urology, maternity and more – and sold into the NHS via the Supply Chain - and products such as spill pads and incontinence sheets.

We also manufacture absorbent spillage protection, compliant specimen transportation products, absorbent tourniquet drapes and much more.

Sirane Group, owners of Enaris, are significantly expanding their Telford HQ

SIRANE Group, the name behind Enaris, is significantly expanding its Telford headquarters after taking over the adjacent premises – increasing the available manufacturing and office space by 40%.

Following a number of years of continual growth, the company jumped at the chance to add an additional 43,000 sq ft when it become available earlier this year.

Simon Balderson, Sirane Group MD, said: “Sirane’s been growing for a number of years, we’ve had record turnover year after year, and we needed more manufacturing space and more warehousing, so the opportunity to expand on the same site was perfect.

“It also gives us more office space, as well as more room for our labs and NPD areas, and long-term will lead to recruitment of extra staff as we’ll have the space. It also offers us possibilities not currently available to our medical and healthcare brand Enaris, such as the sterile clean rooms required for the manufacture of certain products.

“Most of the work needed has now been done, and we’re now preparing to start moving in. It’s been an another incredibly busy year – and we’re entering our busiest period of manufacturing, but by the early new year we hope to be fully moved in.”

Earlier this year Sirane acquired flexible packaging manufacturer B&G Products in a move which immediately expanded Sirane’s product range and allows for expansion at B&G.

B&G Products, based in rural Staffordshire, is a manufacturer of high-quality and innovative bags and pouches with more than 30 years’ experience in the sector. Around 30 people work at the site in Norbury, and all staff remained in place as part of the sale.

The Norbury site is unaffected by the expansion of the Telford operation.

Sirane is an innovative packaging design, development, manufacture and solutions company which specialises in areas including absorbency and ovenable/microwaveable products, compostable packaging, films, boards, absorbent pads, and much more.

We also manufacture a range of medical (under the Enaris brand), horticultural, and specialist products, mainly focused on absorbent products and compostable/sustainable solutions.

Recent months have seen a significant spike in interest in compostable/sustainable and recyclable packaging solutions, particularly within the food industry – and Sirane has been at the forefront of developing new products that fulfil an ‘environmental’ brief.

Simon added: “We were already busy, and needing the extra capacity, but recent changes in perception to do with sustainable food packaging, and the ‘charge of the anti-plastic brigade’, has led to a flurry of interest and inquiries, making us busier than ever.”

As well as manufacturing and offices in the UK (Telford, Shropshire), we have additional sites in Mexico, Poland, Russia, South Africa and Turkey – as well as a network of agents and distributors – offering a global presence, with sales in more than 100 countries.

The company recorded record turnover in 2017 – and looks well on course to repeat the feat this year, with some of the profit being ploughed back into the expansion. 

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