RK Manufacturing Mono Winder
An easy and reliable way to prepare monofilament sutures
Size: 48″ wide x 21″ deep – Workspace: 60″ x 48″ – Yield: 3,000/hour
The monofilament suture material is wound from a spool on to a drum, usually 200 sutures/drum
Once the sutures are wound, they are removed from the drum. The drum has three grooves; a piece of string is tied around the sutures in two outer grooves. The middle groove is used to cut the sutures from the drum with scissors, the bundle of sutures are then removed from the drum with both ends tied for easy handling.
- The circumference of the drum determines the suture length.
- One drum is required for each suture length.