Medical Fluid Bags Contract Manufacturing

RF Welding | Medical Fluid Containment

Collection pouches and medical fluid bags have become a part of daily life for many global patients. Over our three decades of service, Genesis Plastics Welding has developed an expertise in the RF welding and heat sealing of specialty medical fluid bags, and serves several global OEMs.

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Types of Fluid Bags Manufactured

Drainage & Collection

  • Urine, brain, chest
  • Negative pressure wound care

Cooling & Heating

  • NICU therapy
  • Surgical warming devices
  • Equipment & device temperature control

Feeding & Supply

  • Media bags
  • Bioprocessing bags
  • Bone cement for orthopedic surgery


  • Cryogenic cord blood stem cells
Genesis Plastics Welding Fluid Bags Experts

Why Genesis Plastics Welding for Your Medical Device and Fluid Bags Contract Manufacturing Needs?

As a trusted contract manufacturing partner, we have been serving global medical device OEMs for over thirty years now with the development and production of their specialty medical devices and fluid bags.

The Genesis Plastics Welding team prides itself on nurturing innovation through collaboration, and assisting our clients and supplier partners to bring ideas from concept to market. Through our radio frequency welding knowledge and industry experience, we help OEMs better navigate the development process and overcome hurdles quickly.

We help clients think about the human factor and real-world applications, as well as:

  • Material considerations
  • Connection considerations
  • Component compatibility
  • Weld integrity
  • Fluid flow
  • Desired life cycle
  • Storage
  • Sterilization
  • Chemical reactivity
  • MVTR (moisture vapor transfer rate)
  • Skin sensitivity
Genesis Plastics Welding Fluid Bag

Fluid Bag Development Tips from Genesis Plastics Welding

  • Start your research early
  • Research, prototype and TEST
    • Narrow your material choices and test weld each
    • Test the sterilization process for materials and components
    • Life cycle test
    • Consider real world risks – abrasion, puncture, shelf life, etc
  • Find collaborative partners:
    • Choose a manufacturing partner that collaborates and can offer expertise to guide you in material selection process and designing for manufacturability. Choose a manufacturing partner with strong supplier relationship for optimal sourcing.