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Pen needles

Almost pain-free injections.

WHAT ARE THEY?

Sterile, disposable pen needles using the Pic needle, created in line with the IndolorTM Experience principles.

WHAT DO THEY DO FOR YOU?

They give you a comfortable and practically painless injection thanks to Pic technology, including an exceptionally small outer diameter, thinner walls, triple sharpening and the lubricating treatment of the needles.

 

WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE?

Firstly, a full range of diameters and lengths, so you can choose the one best suited to your injection technique. The 33G needle is the smallest made by Pic, 4 mm long with a diameter of 0.20 mm, giving an almost pain-free injection.
And then there's the evolution of Thin Wall, a large internal diameter that speeds up the insulin flow to reduce the injection time. But the secret lies in the triple-sharpened needle, which is lubricated to facilitate penetration of your skin and minimize pain.
Also, the 33G, 32G and 31G needles use Extreme geometry, with long, narrow angles for less painful injections. In addition, the needle point has undergone low-friction treatment to make it easier to insert into the insulin cartridge and less likely to fragment.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND THEM?

Pen needles are available in multiple lengths and diameters in a 100-piece unit.

Diameter length
33G x 0,20mm 4mm
32G x 0,23mm 4mm
32G x 0,23mm 6mm
32G x 0,23mm 8mm
31G x 0,25mm 5mm
31G x 0,25mm 6mm
31G x 0,25mm 8mm
30G x 0,30mm 8mm
29G x 0,33mm 12mm
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