Press Release Summary:
- Cloth comes attached with radiopaque indicator ring
- Traps dirt and contaminating residue sequentially and ensures clear lens visibility
- Measures 2 in. x 2 in. and is packaged 100 to a carton
Original Press Release:
TORAY Introduces TORAYSEE™ for ES Micro Fiber Wiping Cloth Specified to Clean Endoscope Lens of Laparoscopic Surgery
New York, NY: Toray, Industries Inc., introduces TORAYSEE™ for ES Micro Fiber Wiping Cloths specified for cleaning endoscope lenses of Laparoscopic surgery. TORAYSEE™ for ES is sterilized and attached with radiopaque indicator ring designed for use in operating room. It simplifies lens cleaning procedure, reduces lens cleaning time and reduces idle time in operation.
The ultra-fine, 2 micron diameter fiber material of TORAYSEE™ for ES forms micro pocket which firmly adheres and traps dirt and contaminating residue sequentially ensuring wiping performance and restore clear lens visibility.
TORAYSEE™ for ES is a single use wipe that can be used either wet or dry, and also can be used with an anti-fog solution.
Each cloth measures 2” x 2” and is packaged 100 to a carton containing instructions and precautions to follow prior to use.
Toray Industries, Inc., 461 Fifth Ave, 9th Fl., New York NY 10017
Toray Industries, Inc., is a world class, global, integrated, chemical industry group with businesses in 26 countries and markets worldwide. In 2018, Toray's sales exceeded $22 Billion and employed over 45,000 people worldwide. Toray combines nanotechnology with its core technologies of organic synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry and biotechnology. These advanced basic materials technologies are applied to develop products in the chemicals, plastics, films, fibers, textiles, composites, pharmaceuticals and medical market segments. Toray's "Innovation by Chemistry" is applied in the medical market to create unique materials that benefit cutting edge products and provide more effective treatments at lower cost and less risk than predicate products.
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