Commander - Single Use Hypodermic Syringe and Needle
Non Technical and Terms
Inspection and testing will be performed prior to and during production along with a final random inspection of finished products by a Bank approved independent inspection agency. The inspection contract will be let by Commander Health Supply to the approved inspection agency with costs passed through to the Borrower to pay.
Quoted prices are Free on Board (FOB), where the borrower is responsible for the cost of shipping and insurance from the country of origin to the product’s final destination in their country. Upon receipt of your ROI, Commander Health Supply will propose CIP pricing, where it would organize the delivery of goods to the agreed destination.
Confirmation on ROI.
40% on order; 60% on final acceptance of product
Commander Health Supply is an international supplier of personal protective equipment (PPE) based out of New York City and Shanghai.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have provided millions of masks, gowns, gloves, and other PPE products to both US businesses and foreign governments. We have worked with Premier Inc, a publicly traded healthcare company, as well as various nursing homes in the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) network. We are also a partner in the World Bank’s Bank Funded
Procurement (BFP) Program, which allows developing nations to acquire PPE from vetted suppliers.
All of Commander Health Supply’s products meet WHO international safety and quality standards. Our products and factories are fully vetted, and products undergo testing by an outside independent inspection agency. Moreover, we have a dedicated quality control staff stationed on location in our factories to assure the strictest adherence guidelines. We work directly with select manufacturers so that there are no middlemen. This allows us to deliver the lowest possible prices to our customers.
SINGLE-USE HYPODERMIC SYRINGE AND NEEDLE
Purpose: The purpose of a single-use hypodermic syringe and needle is to inject fluid into or withdraw fluid from the body for medical purposes.
Description: The World Bank seeks to procure single-use hypodermic syringes and needles that meet the specifications below. Single-use hypodermic syringes come in a variety of volumes and may or may not be sold as a set with a hypodermic needle. Syringes proposed shall have fixed needles and auto-disable features.
1. Proposed syringe and needle shall be classified as a medical device and have approval by the US FDA, CE Mark or equivalent (e.g., FDA Class 2, 510(k)).
2. Device shall be disposable and intended for single patient use.
3. Device shall be supplied sterile and packaged in individual units.
4. Syringe shall meet the requirements of ISO 7886-1:2017.
5. Hypodermic needle shall meet material requirements of ISO 9626:2016.
6. Hypodermic needle shall meet the requirements of ISO 7864:2016.
7. Hypodermic needle shall meet the color code requirements per ISO 6009:2016.
8. Device shall have an auto-disable feature that complies with ISO 7886-3. The syringe must be passively and automatically rendered unusable upon delivering the intended dose. It must be impossible to re-use the syringe under normal conditions of use.
9. Syringe shall be 1ml or 3 ml in volume.
10. Needle size shall be:
a. Adults, 22-25 gauge with a length of 25-38mm (1-1.5”)b. Children ages 3-18, 22-25 gauge with a length of 16-25mm (5/8 – 1”)
11. Syringe shall be latex free.
12. Syringe barrel must be translucent.
13. Device shall be capable of being filled either directly or indirectly through a vial adapter or other transfer mechanism from a vaccine vial or ampoule, or from a needle.
14. Device shall be equally useable by left and right-handed health workers.
15. Syringes designed as low dead space or low dead volume are preferred.