Printing on Examination Glove Packaging

High-quality printing solutions that help you ensure compliance while maximising uptime

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As Class I medical devices, examination gloves will soon be required to carry a Unique Device Identification (UDI) code on their packaging. By tracing their distribution and use in this way, both your product’s reputation and the health and safety of your users will be protected. 

We offer printing solutions that can help you remain compliant by creating human- and machine-readable text, graphics, and 2D Data Matrix codes on a range of packaging material. Our printers are designed to be compact – offering high-quality performance across production and packaging environments. They also minimise the need for maintenance and maximise production uptime by providing robust, economic performance over a long service life. 

Our scalable solutions can integrate into existing production processes, and are available for product packaging at all levels – from packet to pallet – helping you to comply with legislative requirements. 

Our Automation and Integration Services help make the coding process safer and prevent errors from happening.

Domino Automation and Designer, our software tools for centralised label management and automated deployment, are designed to boost your production efficiency: streamline operations and minimise waste.

Using Domino Automation you can create messages centrally and automatically pass them down to all Domino printers on your production.

  • Design and manage labels at a single location: our intuitive label design system enables using a universal interface, keeping training needs at a minimum.
  • Easily manage users and their permissions: security features like Active Directory Integration enable using your existing IT network, and simplify user management.
  • Full audit trail for the management of production changes: version control provides the ability for approval and roll-back procedures.