Frequently Asked Questions:
Is the CuraCator™ FDA cleared?
Our device is an FDA approved Class 1A medical grade product.
What products fit through the micropores?
The CuraCator™ has been tested by a fluid physicist to allow varying viscosities to be dispensed through the micropores. This includes liquids, gels, creams, and ointments.
What size syringe should I use with the CuraCator™?
Our device attaches to any universal Luer lock syringe* up to 5mL but pairs best with 1mL or 3mL syringe is recommended.
*syringes not included.
Can I use the CuraCator™ to aspirate?
You can dispense products through the CuraCator™ device by attaching the CuraCator™ to the syringe, then aspirating the product into the syringe, then dispensing the products on to the targeted area. Or you could use a needle to aspirate the product into the syringe, remove the needle, then attach the CuraCator™ and dispense the product on to the targeted area.
Is the CuraCator™ sold outside of the United States?
At this time, our device is cleared for sales and distribution within the United States only. If you would like us to keep you informed about when and where we can sell internationally, please email us.
What material is the CuraCator™ made from?
Tritan, a medical grade polymer.
Where is the CuraCator™ made?
It is made in the USA.
How is the CuraCator™ sterilized and packaged?
Each unit is packaged and sterilized by an E-beam sterilization process. Each unit is meant for single use only.
If there is a defective unit what is the protocol for replacing the unit?
Due to the nature of our manufacturing process and stringent inspections, there should be no defective units. If you think you are experiencing a flaw in the medical device, please email us so we can begin further investigation.
How long has the CuraCator™ been on the market?
November 2021 is when our device became available to customers.
What is the shelf life of the CuraCator™?