Proven. Strong. Safe.
The proven closed vacuum mixing system, pre-packed with bone cement1-4
Pre-packed with Zimmer Biomet bone cements
- Antibiotic-loaded bone cements
- Primary and revision
- Different sizes for different areas of application
Improved Cement Quality
- Standardized procedure
- Homogeneous bone cement
- Mixing and collection under vacuum, improving cement fatigue life1-5
- SoftPac™ Technology ensures no glass debris in the cement
Safer Working Environment
- Minimized exposure to monomer fumes6-7
- No direct contact with bone cement during mixing and delivery
- No glass ampoules, eliminating the risk of injury
- No cement dust cloud with antibiotics
Practical and Easy to Use
- Optipac is a closed vacuum mixing system, pre-packed with bone cement
- Quick Injection Technology – just click it to release monomer and begin mixing
- Easy to store, all-in-one package
- One package - One ordering number
Time Saving Pre-packed System
- Less time to prepare pre-surgery actions
- Fewer components to handle in the mixing process
- Fewer assembly procedures
Pre-Packed with Zimmer Biomet Bone Cement Products
Polymer and monomer included from the outset, either Refobacin Bone Cement R or Refobacin Plus Bone Cement
Multiple Size Options
40, 60 or 80 depending on the procedure
Knee Cementation Nozzle
1 included in the 40 & 60 versions
Breakable Cement Nozzle
Included in the 40, 60, 80 versions
1 included in the 60 & 80 versions
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