Silicone gel pressure sensitive adhesives are offering a revolutionary solution to applications such as medical device attachment and wound care.
The JB1113-LF now conforms to RoHS requirements. High volume manufacturing passes on significant cost savings to users. Features include timed pulse shot and continuous mode operation.
The 2600-041 Series Snuf-Bak dispense valve is designed for fast and clean shut-off of thixotropic and cohesive materials such as viscous silicones, epoxies, and urethanes. The design incorporates the company’s trademark Snuf-Bak action of fluid materials in a small, compact KISS Series valve body.
The Turcon Variseal Ultra-Clean addresses the stringent cleanliness needs of the medical device community.
A series of miniature ball valves are available in standard shut-off (MBV-1010), 3-way diverting (MBVT-1010), and 3-way mixing diverting (MBVMD-1010) configurations. Designs offer compact size, light weight, and non-restricted flow, and are an outstanding choice for applications up to 250 psig.
Two latching valves, the model MI 210 2-way direct acting latching valve and the model PI 300 3-way direct acting latching valve, are offered to medical device manufacturers. Both valves are designed to provide positive positioning in the actuated state without the continued application of current.
The VMP electronic variable displacement metering pump is offered for accurate dispensing of UV sensitive fluids. Typical fluids that fall into this category are UV curable adhesives, UV coatings, and photo lithography chemicals.
The XM Series inline valve is offered for multiple industrial applications in a variety of pneumatic markets. XM Series direct acting valves are available in both 3-way and 4-way versions.
The unique properties of piezo film as a dynamic strain sensor make it particularly well-suited to the detection of vital signs, whether mounted in direct contact with the skin or mechanically coupled through intervening layers.
The Project: Preserve prior IP investments in long-lifecycle applications while also enabling new features to be introduced without compatibility issues.
Transdermal drug delivery offers numerous advantages over other more commonly used techniques. However, the size of a pharmaceutical’s molecules has traditionally been a limiting factor in terms of the type of drug that could benefit from this method.
The MediFlow system is capable of producing tubing finer than a single human hair—the next generation of medical tubing extrusion technology—with minimum tolerances of just 0.002 inches.
This 2.7-inch LCD display provides an innovative solution for OEMs looking to speed and simplify new product development in small form factor products requiring graphical user interface (GUI).
The SRC connector provides medical personnel with an alternative—a tubing connector that is designed to eliminate potential misconnections that can occur with luer fittings.
The feature-rich Lippke 4000 Series is designed to perform a variety of leak and seal strength tests on flexible, rigid, and porous materials. The Model 4000 is standalone and the Model 4500 is a PC-operated, bench-top unit.