Dispos-a-vent Pouches

Designed with a disposable DuPont™️ Tyvek® vent for EtO sterilization, Dispos-a-vent® Pouches allow for the creation of a sealed carrier enclosure within the film or foil area of the pouch, resulting in a sterile device capable of remaining in the primary package until point of use.

Sterilization Methods

  • E-Beam
  • EtO
  • Gamma Irradiation
  • Steam/Autoclave

Available Features

  • Device Visibility
  • End Tack
  • Hang Hole
  • Printing
  • Tear Notch
  • Thumb Notches

Barrier Properties

  • Moisture/Oxygen
  • UV

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Oliver offers the most comprehensive set of pouch materials available. Our expert team will provide you with the best solution to meet your exact requirements.

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Oliver’s Award-Winning Dispos-a-vent® Pouch

Oliver is proud to have received a 2016 Gold Award in Technical Innovation from the Flexible Packaging Association and a Packaging Design of the Year Award in 2020 from Healthcare Asia Pharma for our Autoclavable Dispos-a-vent® Barrier Pouch. This award recognizes our commitment to developing creative and unique packaging solutions that meet industry expectations and needs.

The design provides medical device manufacturers an improvement over existing packaging options that involve sterilizing in one porous package and then repackaging in a second barrier package. Eliminating the need for a second package improves efficiencies, reduces costs, and eliminates unnecessary material waste.

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