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Glass-like, non-adsorbing, ultra-low-leaching premixed infusion bag
MediTect™ IV bag

Primary containers designed to prevent all interaction with drug contents

We offer a variety of packaging systems for injectable medicines to protect medical workers, enable emergency administration, prevent exposure to hazardous chemicals, prevent medical malpractice, and ensure the cleanliness of drugs administered to patients.

MediTect™ IV bags


1:Ultra-low interaction

Ultra-low sorption and leachables


Non-PVC and DEHP free

3:Alternative to rigid containers

Highly flexible bag which maintains glass-quality performance

4:Overkill sterilization possible

Bag construction assuming PIC/S GMP standardized overkill method now available

Our MediTect™ brand

This specific brand is purposed for liquid pharmaceutical solutions

Our MediTect™ brand
  • Value-added innovation
    • Realizing functionality in flexible plastics that have never existed before
    • Improving safety and ease-of-use for pharma companies, medical workers, and patients
  • Customization
    • Utilizing our core competencies to add functionality and barrier properties, to accommodate your requirements
    • Laminating, casting, and thermoforming are used to create truly novel containers
  • Solutions
    • Introducing CMO who can work with our MediTect™ series
    • Performing stability tests
    • Offering support for regulatory work

Although we focus on the MediTect™ IV bags on this site, ZACROS is capable of creating differentiated, novel containers to set your product apart from the rest. We have highly capable staff and can provide you with prototypes for testing with quick turnaround.

Bag options and properties 

Depending on the sterilization method of choice, different bag constructions are available

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  NI-PE (inner NI) NI-PE (inter NI) NI-PP (inner NI) NI-PP (inter NI)
Fill volumes  50-100ml  50-200ml  50-100ml  50-200ml
On-bag printing Yes Yes Yes Yes
MVTR (g/m²/day) 1.1  1.5 1.1 1.5
Heat resistance up to 118℃ up to 118℃ 121℃ compatible  121℃ compatible
The data points above are not guaranteed values

glass-like IV bags
glass-like IV bags

The case for premixed bags



Premixed drugs are essentially a closed-off environment, which mitigates risk of exposing medical workers and patients to harmful chemicals.

Error Prevention

Error Prevention

Preparation for injectables requires a significant amount of work and accuracy, so there is a risk of human error. Premixed bags virtually eliminate this risk as a grab-and-go solution.



Reconstitution time for injectables can take an average of 5 minutes whereas preparing a premixed bag takes a fraction of that time. 

Every second counts: Premixed bags save lives

We are able to eliminate mixing process of conventional vials and ampoules, and by doing so enable prompt administration.

Every second counts
Every second counts

Introduction to Meditect™ IV bags

A novel premixed bag

Unlike convential plastic containers, NI film offers low-sorption, low-elution properties which preserve drug solution from filling to administration. This Zacros original recipe provides glass-like stability for active pharmaceuticals.

Accessory Products

One-touch Caps

A solution for aseptically filled products

Inside clean room environments, particle generation can cause batch failure. Our standard  IV bag closures require ultrasonic welding, in which some particles are generated. These one-touch caps, however, provide a safe alternative.


  • Close and finish a package with the push of a finger
  • Container Closure Integrity (CCI) automatically attained
  • Zero particle generation, which prevents contamination of clean rooms
  • Optimized for  clean room environments
  • Patent and design licenses acquired
  • By design the caps cannot be used for resealing, which also acts as a tampering prevention mechanism
One-touch Caps

Secondary packaging

In additon to the primary packaging, we offer customized secondary packaging as a set. These can be modified to accommodate the drug contents accordingly.

Secondary packaging