CodeShield® Plastic

CodeShield® Plastics offer superior protection at 3 distinct levels. These levels provide the ability to quickly select the Code reader that best suits your use case, environmental requirements, and desired level of infectious disease control.

Brand: CODE
Categories: Product Build Material

Ready for Modern Disinfecting Challenges

Ranging from 3 disinfectants to 20, each level expands the list—offering the broadest range of approved chemicals in the barcode scanning industry. Suitable for anything from healthcare to retail, CodeShield® Plastics are ready to withstand disinfection time and time again—without degrading. It’s never been easier to protect your customers and employees from COVID-19, C. difficile, MRSA, and other infectious diseases.

CodeShield: Reliably Safe Scanning

Quality products begin with quality materials; that’s why Code has developed CodeShield®, a new standard in infectious disease control for barcode scanners. CodeShield® Products are certified by an independent lab—confirming best-in-class performance and longevity.

Commonly used cleaners may contain chemical agents that can degrade the plastic housing, shorten product lifespans, void warranties, and leave your organization with replacement costs.

While level 1 or 2 Code readers will withstand the most commonly used healthcare cleaners, CodeShield® Level 3 expands your chemical options to 20—including the harshest chemical cleaners.

Disinfectant-Ready vs. Antimicrobial Plastics

Plastics injected with antimicrobial additives resist bacteria, but they don’t eliminate the need to clean the device. Cleaning, disinfecting, and removing dust and debris are the necessary steps in handling equipment and ensuring patient safety. Disinfecting cleaners will degrade plastics that do not have a disinfectant-ready chemical composition.

With CodeShield® and an IP65 rating, Code's CR2600 and CR2700 now tolerate more disinfectants than any other barcode reader on the market. With CodeShield®, the pocket-sized, wireless CR2700 can freely move in and out of patient rooms without adversely affecting infection control protocols.