Model S Drain Line Anchor

 

Anchor
Receiver
Cradle
Dirty Sink




Scheffers is proud to bring to Market our Medical Drain Line Anchor designed to be used in clinics during the daily exchanges of Peritoneal Dialysis.

Our Patent-Pending Drain Line Anchors have innovative features built into its design to provide the user with the comfort of knowing their Drain Line is secure.

These features include:

1) Easy to use Receiver that will not let go and does not constrict flow.

2) Cradle to attach the Anchor to the facet of the facilities Dirty Sink.

 

We at Scheffers have put forth a great deal of effort to bring to you a product that you can trust.

 

Constructed of Medical Grade 304 Stainless Steel insures you that this is a durable product that can withstand the harsh conditions of being subjected to the bleach solution baths necessary for sterilization.

 

With spring type properties built into the Anchor construction makes it durable enough to with stand mishaps and still bounce back.

 

Finally, security in knowing that this product when used correctly will not fail!.

 

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Drain Line Anchor

Model H - For Home Use

Whether your a Peritoneal Dialysis Patients doing manual exchanges throughout the day or on a cycler. We all know the value in having a good quality product to secure that toxic Drain Line. Don't trust your bathroom sub-floor to tape or what other means of securing that line your using. See how our Drain Line Anchor can solve the problem and give you piece of mind. 

 

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About Our Company

Scheffers - Manufactures and Wholesales their Patent-Pending Medical Drain Line Anchors for the daily exchanges of Peritoneal Dialysis. Was invented by Mr. Scheffer after his diagnoses of being End-Stage Renal and could not find a good reliable product to secure his Peritoneal Drain Line from his Cycler to the catch basin.

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