Instrument Trays

Save Time And Money While Providing Outstanding Care

We understand that every hospital and medical facility has its own unique set of procedures and preferences. That's why Centurion specializes in customizing sterile trays to ensure your procedures are consistently performed in the most efficient manner possible. 

Your Centurion Representative will work with you to design the tray that's perfectly suited to both your general preferences and special requirements. This process of customization ensures that you get the exact items you want, assembled in the proper sequence, with no unnecessary supplies or waste.

In addition, Centurion trays eliminate the costs of in-house assembly and reprocessing. Of course, the best customization system in the industry comes standard with the highest quality instruments on the market - Centurion Instruments.

Centurion offers over 100 different types of trays, including:

  • Laceration/Suture
  • Circumcision
  • Minor Surgery Trays
  • Nosebleed
  • Labor & Delivery
  • Cut Down

Benefits For Caregivers, Hospitals, Patients & the Environment

  • Using Centurion custom instrument trays with components packaged in the proper order for maximum efficiency and effectiveness:
    • helps contain costs and promote standardized procedures
    • encourages consistent product usage and adherence to hospital protocol 
    • eliminates the need to search for missing procedural components or the waste of extra, unused items
  • Kits can be assembled with latex free components and packaging

Centurion Instruments:

  • Offer exceptional reliability; guaranteed to perform as expected every time
  • Consistently perform with the highest level of precision
  • Our specifications and patterns are strictly adhered to, and our extremely high standards are ensured through rigorous testing and inspection practices
  • Are specified based on doctor input
  • Are available in Centurion Floor Grade, or for additional feel and fineness, Centurion Satin Grade
  • Most qualify for our Instrument Recycling Program - which can actually save money through money-back rebates and reductions in costly waste - while creating a positive environmental impact