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Four- and Five-layer Coextruded Tubing

Recently developed four- and five-layer coextruded tubing can help medical device manufacturers reduce costs up to 50%, while retaining—or even expanding—performance capabilities. Natvar, a Tekni-Plex company, has developed the...

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New Mobile App for the iPad

Teleflex Medical OEM announced the launch of a mobile application (app) for the iPad that is an on-the-go reference guide to its custom-engineered extrusions, catheters, sheath/dilator sets, sutures, performance fibers, and medical devices. The app is now available for free through the Apple App Store or iTunes by using the search term, “Teleflex Medical OEM.”

LISTED UNDER: Extrusion | Coextrusions/Paratubing | Complex

Hydrophilic Pebax Med Polymer Grade

Hydrophilic Pebax MV1074 SA 01 MED polymer is suitable for use in minimally invasive devices that are exposed to bodily fluids for less than 30 days, such as surgical tubing.

LISTED UNDER: Coextrusions/Paratubing | Hydrophilic Coating | Polymers

Assembly Solutions Accommodate Wide Variety Of Co-Molded Components

Advancements in materials and molding processes have resulted in performance-enhancing, value-added co-molded and co-extruded components and cutting edge designs that present complex material handling...

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Extrusion Capabilities

The company’s extensive extrusion capabilities range from single-lumen tubing to coextrusions and multi-lumen tubing, with up to 28 lumens or more possible. Formulations range from clear to pigmented to radiopaque.

LISTED UNDER: Extrusion | Multilumen Tubing | Coextrusions/Paratubing

Guidewire Tubing (3539)

A unique two-layer extruded medical grade tubing allows guidewires used in vascular procedures to be inserted into the tubing faster and more efficiently, thereby reducing labor cost.

LISTED UNDER: Coextrusions/Paratubing | Nitinol | Nitinol

Hose

Flexible Hytrel style Type 888 hose features injection molded alloy cuffs that are made without adhesives to eliminate potential leakage and odors, and it can be sterilized by ETO gas, radiation, or pasteurization (275&#176F).

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High-Tech Extrusions

Medical extrusions are meeting higher standards, becoming more responsive to customer demands, and providing increasingly sophisticated product. If material costs can be kept in line, there is no telling how far technological advancements will go.

LISTED UNDER: Extrusion | Injection Molding | CNC Machining

Tubing and Extrusion Trends Yield More Material Options

The growing demand for minimally invasive medical devices is creating the need for more high-tech tubing and extrusion alternatives. This article examines the challenges facing medical product manufacturers and offers some clear solutions.

LISTED UNDER: Product R&D | Coextrusions/Paratubing | Multilumen Tubing

Extrusions

Company offers design assistance with custom profile extrusions to meet the various needs of its customers. It produces profiles to each customer's design and specifications in an array of both rigid and flexible material options.

LISTED UNDER: Coextrusions/Paratubing | Extrusion

sunlite plastics

Sunlite Plastics, Inc. has been manufacturing high quality extrusions since 1996. Today, the company is a major supplier of tubing related extrusion to medical device manufacturers worldwide. Sunlite owns and operates two state-of-the-art extrusion facilities.

LISTED UNDER: Coextrusions/Paratubing | Multilumen Tubing | PVC Tubing

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