Medical Rubber Stopper
Medical stoppers or also referred to as bungs or closures. They can prevent liquid and gas from leaking during storage or lab experiment. Moreover, they are used to protect the samples from contamination.
- Medical-grade rubber
- Fluid-proof & air-proof
- Provides tight sealing
- Compatible with drug
Your Professional Medical Rubber Stoppers Manufacturer | Lindas
Lindas offers a wide range of medical stoppers including flanged, T-shaped, tapered, and other kinds of medical stoppers. They have been supplied to many countries around the world. We manufacture these stoppers from high-grade rubber materials. Natural or synthetic rubbers can be used.
We also offer custom medical stoppers for your special needs. The stoppers can be customized to as per your designed shape, material, size, and other options.
To ensure your satisfaction, we can provide with fast delivery, reasonable prices, excellent customer support, and other services. Contact us now!
Why Choose Us
Safe & Non-Toxic
Our medical stoppers are guaranteed to be free of mercury, lead, arsenic, and other harmful substances.
We manufacture medical stoppers that comply with the USP, CP, and EP. They also meet the ISO standards which are required for medical equipment.
Our manufacturing process is supervised strictly by our QA team. All of our medical stoppers are tested and inspected to ensure they meet quality and safety requirements.
Different Types of Medical Stoppers
We offer different types of medical stoppers such as:
- Oral Liquid Rubber Stopper
- Freeze-Dried Stopper
- Syringe Stopper
- Pharmaceutical Vial Stopper
- Antibiotic Stopper
- Biological Drug Rubber Stopper
- Infusion Stopper
- Laminated Stopper
- Lyophilization Stopper
Wide Range of Applications
The rubber stoppers can be used for sealing lab equipment or containers like:
- Test tubes
- Plastic or glass bottle containers
They are widely used in:
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Commercial use
- Medical industry
- Industrial market
- Food & beverage
- Other medical and healthcare applications