An Innovative California Company

We Are The Global Leader Of Infectious Control Solutions

We started as a small family-run business in San Jose, California, in 1992. Today, we’re growing by leaps and bounds. We’ve earned a solid reputation as a global leader of infectious control solutions that’s trustworthy, accountable, innovative and-above all -safe.

Our mission: Ultrasound Probe Covers and products that exceed industry standards and customer expectations

Our patented technology and ISO 13485 certification enable us to create products that meet or exceed industry standards––and surpass clinician expectations.

Our clinician commitment:

The highest quality products – anywhere – with the widest selection

As market leaders, our technological advancements for ultrasound procedures have enabled us to continually increase quality, year after year.

The ONLY FDA-Cleared Viral Barrier Ultrasound Probe

Our completely seamless, FDA-cleared probe covers provide a total barrier against all bacteria and viruses down to 20nm. In fact, we are the ONLY company to assess every inch of our probe covers during Viral Barrier testing.

Proprietary, patented technology

Since 1992, our patented technology has helped Sheathing Technologies grow from a small California-based start-up into a respected industry leader.

A latex-free alternative for the healthcare industry

All of our latex-free ultrasound probe covers and products are readily available in numerous innovative styles and sizes.

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Sheathing Technologies, Inc. is headquartered in Morgan Hill, California. We are proud to be a world leader offering the most extensive selection of probe cover sizes and shapes available. More than 99% of our products are manufactured in the U.S.

In the U.S., call Toll-Free: 1-800-873-3776
Direct Dial and International: 1-408-782-2720

What other Clinicians are saying:

"Approximately 6 months ago we switched from a standard non-latex probe cover to the Sheathes 3D Seamless Viral Barrier Pre-gelled non-latex product. We made the decision to switch to this product because we feel it was a disservice to the patient to not use a probe cover that has been approved as a HPV viral barrier."

Supervisor, Ultrasound / Vascular Imaging