SuperSolid Plus

SuperSolid Plus is an EPA registered liquid medical waste treatment that combines all the safety benefits of our original SafeSorb solidifier with a powerful Treatment Technology, to even further reduce risk of exposure to dangerous bloodborne pathogens.

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SuperSolid Plus White Bag


SafeSorb is a fluid solidifier which is designed to be pre-loaded in an empty suction canister before the procedure starts. This allows healthcare personnel to solidify waste without compromising the integrity of the closed-suction system, for increased safety, convenience and accuracy.

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SafeSorb Red Bag

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - Blood is the lifeblood for this veteran-owned North Phila. manufacturer expecting big growth .

DiSorb Systems Inc. is a veteran- owned company of 18 employees at 18th Street and West Indiana Avenue that makes products that solidify and disinfect blood and other liquid medical waste for safe and cost-effective disposal by hospitals and surgical centers. Most states allow DiSorb-treated materials to be discarded as municipal solid waste rather than more-expensive-to-handle infectious waste. [...]


Veteran-owned company completes $1.5M expansion project in Philly - Philadelphia Business Journal.

DiSorb Systems Inc., a medical manufacturing company, completed a $1.5 million improvement project of its 75,000-square-foot production facility in North Philadelphia. The veteran-owned company, founded in 2000, supplies hospitals and surgical centers worldwide with products that disinfect and solidify blood and other liquid medical waste. DiSorb officials said the company is one of just three in the country that makes the products, which minimize potential exposure to blood-borne illnesses, and allow for the safe and cost-effective disposal of liquid medical waste. New production line at DiSorb System's manufacturing plant Ted McLaughlin, CEO of DiSorb, said the firm completed a year-long installation of a high-speed production line, which will allow DiSorb to triple its sales over the next year by increasing production capacity eight-fold. The company plans to add 10 new workers for the production line. DiSorb works with the Philadelphia-based Veterans Multi-Service Center and other area non-profits to hire veterans and returning citizens to family-sustaining jobs. McLaughlin is a former U.S. Navy search and rescue diver. Eight of the company’s 16-employees are veterans, and three others are citizens returning to the United States after spending time overseas. “We are expanding high-tech medical manufacturing in a city that was once known as the workshop of the world," McLaughlin said, "and we’re doing it by expanding opportunities for veterans who have served our country and for people who are looking for a second chance.” DiSorb moved its operations to the 1800 block of West Indiana Avenue in North Philadelphia in 2006. John George covers health care, biotech/pharmaceuticals and sports business John George Senior ReporterPhiladelphia Business Journal [...]


DiSorb Systems is Awarded its DAPA # SP0200-16-H-0022 (Distribution and Pricing Agreement) from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

A Distribution and Pricing Agreement (DAPA), issued by DLA Troop Support’s Medical Supply, establishes both the selling price of a... [...]


SafeSorb canister on its side

DiSorb manufactures innovative waste management products.

DiSorb Systems, Inc. is a Philadelphia, PA based manufacturing company focused on developing medical waste management products and liquid solidifiers for the healthcare industry. DiSorb Systems' successful record of consistently manufacturing premier products at the highest standard is testimony to its focus on safety, attention to detail and stringent quality control standards.