Alan & Co. s.a. of Verviers at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA Trade Fair
Manufacturers

Alan & Co. s.a.

Avenue André Ernst 17, 4800 Verviers
Belgium

Telephone +32 87 311059
Fax +32 87 316169
info@alan.be

This company is co-exhibitor of
AWEX - Wallonia Export & Investment

Hall map

MEDICA 2017 hall map (Hall 17): stand D42

Fairground map

MEDICA 2017 fairground map: Hall 17

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Commodities and Consumer Goods
  • 05.08  Disposable articles for hospitals

Our products

Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

cotton balls

  • 100% bleached absorbent cotton or cotton/viscose mix
  • H2O2 bleached (non chlorine bleached, free of any optical brightener)
  • Meeting the European Pharmacopoeia Standards & Oeko-tex 100 certified
  • In accordance with REACH European standards
  • Bioburden analysis on request

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Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

Zig-Zag cotton wool

  • 100 % bleached absorbent cotton or cotton/viscose mix
  • H2O2 bleached (non chlorine bleached, free of any optical brightener)
  • Complying with the European Pharmacopoeia Standards & Oeko-tex 100 certified
  • In accordance with REACH European standards
  • Bioburden analysis on request 
  • Used for absorption of exudates, cleaning peripheral wounds and supporting the application of products on the skin
  • EO (Ethylene Oxide) sterilizable
  • Shelf life: 5 years from production date

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Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

Square and round cotton pads

  • 100 % hydro-entangled cotton 180 g/m²
  • Absorbent
  • H2O2 bleached (non chlorine bleached, free of any optical brightener)
  • Meeting the European Pharmacopoeia Standards for the carded cotton
  • Tensile strength: MD: N/50mm >=6
  • EO (Ethylne Oxyde) sterilizable
  • Shelf life : 5 years from fabrication time 

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Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

Wound dressing

  • Absorbent pad made from cotton surrounded by absorbent gauze 17 threads
  • 100% H2O2 bleached cotton (non chlorine bleached, free of any optical brightener)
  • Meeting the European Pharmacopoeia Standards
  • In accordance with REACH European standards
  • Bioburden analysis on request
  • High absorption capacity (avoids frequent changes) and mainly used for covering and protecting important and sensitive wounds
  • 20 meters per roll
  • Inert to antiseptic solutions
  • Non sterile, EO (Ethylene Oxide) Sterilizable
  • Shelf life : 5 years from production date

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Product category: Disposable articles for hospitals

Rhinorolls

100% polyamide tubular nose dressing containing an absorbent roll of:
  • 25% cotton
  • 25% rayon staple
  • 50% cellulose

  • High elasticity thanks to the polyamide
  • One size fits all: +/- 42 cm long, absorbent roll of 8 cm long, Ø 15mm
  • With ear-loops
  • Used after nose surgery to absorb secretion emission
  • Can be used as support for decongestant treatment during common respiratory diseases
  • Non sterile
  • Shelf life : 5 years from production date 

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About us

Company details

The company

Established in 1980 in Verviers (Belgium), a city with an age-old textile tradition, our reputation in the dental and medical manufacturing industry is based on over 30 years of experience.

Our flexibility allows us to produce even small quantities under either the Alan brand name or under a 'private label', to supply you with specific products, to organize the carriage and official paperwork, whatever the final destination of your order.

We export our high quality products to over 60 countries, without geographical limitation.

Even though we initially gained many of our clients due to the fact that our medical devices carry the ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and CE quality labels, we have managed to retain all of them thanks to the relationship of trust and respect we have built up with each and every one of them.

Ecology
For some years, Alan & Co has been committed to responsible eco-citizenship: recyclable raw materials, judicious recycling, reducing our carbon footprint, not to mention the 460 photovoltaic panels which have been providing us with 30% of our energy needs since 2008.

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