Enaris - we're waiting for your  medical & healthcare product development ideas

MANY of our medical & healthcare products were developed to solve a problem for customers – and new product development is at the heart of Enaris.

Take, for example, our anti-slip absorbent floor mats for use in operating theatres – they were developed in conjunction with a top surgeon, who was keen to find a solution to problems caused by fluids with theatres & scrubs areas.

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, Enaris MD, said: “This was a great example of NPD in action. The problem was there to be solved, fluid on the floor was a safety concern for operating theatre staff, and our job was to find a way of solving this.

“There were some products on the market, but they were not up to the job. Our customer, for example, wanted to be able to put the mat on an already wet floor, not to have to clean and dry the floor before safely putting a mat down.

“At Enaris, we will solve the problem and manufacture the product you actually need, not just make something we want to make because it’s easier.”

Other examples include a thermally-insulated bag for keep items cold during transportation, which needed multiple compartments which could be individually sealed. This was something that our bags and pouches team developed.

We were also asked to develop an absorbent pouch for the safe containment / immobilisation and the subsequent disposal of a cancer relief drug.

Simon Balderson, Sirane Group MD, said: “These are all great examples of products where our in-house expertise has allowed us to develop the perfect solution

“Our development team has a high level of expertise in absorbency and material science, as well as in bag and pouch manufacturing, and we will help you take the product from just the germ of an idea through to full-scale manufacture. As a company, we thrive on problem solving and finding innovative solutions.

“If you’ve a problem within your medical or healthcare setting, or your laboratory, but don’t know how to solve it – or perhaps you know the solution needed but need someone to make it happen – then either way, having a conversation with the development team at Enaris could be the first step to take.

“We can only solve problems that we’re aware of, so if you think we could help, make sure we’re aware, give us a call and have that conversation.”

Enaris is part of the Sirane Group - Sirane’s core skills are founded around material science and design & process engineering which gives us the capability to develop new and better products for the medical & healthcare industry.

• Specialised in absorbent materials

• Specialised in packaging reduction and compostable and recyclable packaging
• Specialised in manufacturing bags and pouches

• At the forefront of current packaging technology

• Specialised in material science

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 shop.sirane.com

Jeremy Haydn-Davies, Enaris MD, said: “Enaris is a product development company as well as a manufacturer, and from day one we’ve been happy to talk to customers about developing new products using our knowledge and expertise, and we’re also be able to offer many products in bespoke versions.”

Products manufactured by Enaris include anti-slip disposable absorbent floor mats used in NHS operating theatres, absorbent tourniquet drapes and spill pads, 95 kPa bags, absorbent pouches for specimen transportation and more.

Enaris will be visiting Medica in Dusseldorf next month – if you’re going to be there, and you have a project you’d like to discuss, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Enaris will visit Medica in Dusseldorf

ENARIS will be visiting Medica in Dusseldorf next month - where among other things we’ll be looking for potential distributors for our medical/lab products.

We’ll also be looking for companies interested in working with us on product developments, using our expertise in absorbency & material science.

Mark Lingard, Marketing Manager, said: “Medica’s a great show, with so many companies in the same place at the same time, so it is great opportunity. For any potential overseas distributors this could be a good opportunity to meet.

“It’s also a very large show, with lots of halls, so if you want to make sure we find you, then it could be worth getting in touch now and pointing us in your direction.

“And if you’re just visiting yourself, but want to take the opportunity to meet up, then please let us know – we’ll be there on the Tuesday and the Wednesday.”

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 – so the laboratory and diagnostics halls at Medica could be of real interest.

But we’d also be interested to talk to people selling into hospitals/health services – as we have products for operating theatre/scrubs area/maternity use – such as anti-slip absorbent floor mats, emergency spill pads and tourniquet drapes.

We also acquired a company earlier in the year with a high level of expertise in bags and pouches – which has allowed us to develop products in this area, and of particular interest might be our thermally-insulated products, as well as their capabilities to offer bag/pouches with multiple compartments.

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: “Medica is a real opportunity to discuss any development projects you may have. Over the years Enaris has developed several new products which have been driven by customers’ needs.

“If there’s a gap in the market, and Enaris could possibly make or develop the product that would fill that gap, then please let us know. We’ve got some products we’re currently developing that have come down this route.”

Enaris will be visiting the Medica Trade Fair on November 13-14. If you’re at the show, and think it might be worth meeting, then email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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