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K-Pack®II Needles

The K-Pack II Needle has been developed to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical industry.

Each needle is individually packed in an ergonomically formed hard plastic case, which allows for fully automatic handling of the needles.

Like the Neolus Needle, the K-Pack II Needle has the ultra-sharp bevel design, which decreases penetration resistance and results in more comfort for the patient.

General Specifications

Shipping Carton5000 units
Shelf Life5 years
Method of sterilizationEthylene Oxide

Item Specifications

ReferenceColour Code



Needle lengthWall
Gauge mm
KN-1838SBPink181.2040 mm  (1 1/2")Thin
KN-1938RBIvory191.1040 mm  (1 1/2")Thin
​KN-2038RB​Yellow​20​0.90​40 mm  (1 1/2")​Thin
KN-2138RBGreen210.8040 mm  (1 1/2")Terumo-Thin
​KN-2150RB​Green​21​0.80​50 mm  (2")​Regular
KN-2232RBBlack220.7030 mm  (1 1/4")Terumo-Thin
KN-2238RBBlack220.7040 mm  (1 1/2")Terumo-Thin
KN-2325RBBlue230.6025 mm  (1")Terumo-Thin
KN-2332RBBlue230.6030 mm  (1 1/4")Terumo-Thin
KN-2516RB05Salmon250.5016 mm  (5/8")Terumo-Thin
KN-2525RBOrange250.5025 mm  (1")Terumo-Thin
KN-2610RBBrown260.4510 mm  (3/8")Regular
KN-2616RBBrown260.4516 mm  (5/8")Regular
KN-2713RBGrey270.4012 mm  (1/2")Regular
KN-2713RBKTGrey270.4012 mm  (1/2")Thin
​KN-2719RB​Grey​27​0.40​20 mm  (3/4")​Regular
​KN-2719RBT​Grey​27​0.40​​20 mm  (3/4")​Thin
​KN-2908RBKT​Red​29​0.33​8 mm  (5/16")​Thin
KN-2913RBRed290.3312 mm  (1/2")Regular
KN-2913RBKTRed290.3312 mm  (1/2")Thin
KN-3013RBYellow300.3012 mm  (1/2")Regular
KN-3013RBKTYellow300.3012 mm  (1/2")Thin

Please note that some products may not be available in your country. Please contact Terumo Europe NV for more information.

Comparative Hypodermic Needle Sharpness Among Major Brands, 2009
Assessment of Needle Insertion pain with flexor reflex responses... K. Okamoto, et al Pain Research, Vol. 27 2012, pgs. 215-225









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