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Elastomers and Rubber Compounds - Biocompatible Elastomer for Orthopaedic Devices -- Silbione® RTV-4404 A/BSupplier: Bluestar Silicones USA Corp.
Description: SILBIONE® RTV 4404 A/B is a biocompatible Elastomer for Orthopaedic devices Properties Viscosity 1900 Hardness Sha 4 Description SILBIONE® RTV 4404 A/B is a two component silicone elastomer that crosslinks at room temperature by polyaddition reaction. The polymerization can
- Compound Type: Molding Resin
- Material Form: Liquid
- Filler Material: Unfilled
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Silicone
Thermal Compounds and Thermal Interface Materials - Medical Grade, Silver Conductive Epoxy Compound -- EP21TDCS MED
Description: . Adhesion to metals, glass, ceramics, vulcanized rubbers and many plastics is excellent. Parts A and B are both colored silver. Master Bond EP21TDCS MED is widely used in medical electronic applications where biocompatibility issues are of paramount importance, e.g. implants. For convenient
- Material Type: Die Bonding Adhesive / Compound, Grease / Paste, Gap Filling Compound, Specialty / Other
- Industry: Electronics, Electrical Power / HV, Semiconductors / IC Packaging, Aerospace, Automotive, OEM / Industrial, Other
- Features: Electrically Conductive, Electrical Insulation / Dielectric, EMI / RFI Shielding Material, ESD Control / Anti-static, Flexible / Dampening
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Polyurethane (PU, PUR), Epoxy (EP)
Description: Master Bond UV10 Medical is a one component, UV curable system that fully meets USP Class VI specifications. This low viscosity, optically clear system is a superior adhesive, sealant and coating and is castable beyond 1/8" thick. The cured system has good chemical resistant properties particularly
- Use: Conformal Coating, Encapsulant / Potting Compound, Gap Filling Compound
- Form: Liquid
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Polyurethane (PU, PUR)
- Cure Type / Technology: UV / Radiation Cured (also EB, Light)
Description: the biocompatibility requirements of USP Class VI Specifications.
- Substrate / Material Compatibility: Ceramic / Glass, Metal, Plastic, Porous Surfaces, Rubber / Elastomer, Wood / Wood Product
- Dissimilar Substrates: Yes
- Industry: Medical / Food (Sanitary / FDA)
- Cure Type / Technology: Two Component System, Specialty / Other
Description: • Physical properties similar to silicone with chemical compatibility of TygonÂ®. • Heat sealable and weldable. • Inexpensive. • Biocompatible. <b>Application suitability: </b>| Acids Good| Alkalies Good| Organic solvents Not recommended| Pressure Fair
- Maximum Inside Diameter / Size: 0.5000 inch
- Pressure Rating: 35 psi
- Temperature Range: 275 F
Description: • Nontoxic and nonhemolytic with excellent biocompatibility • Long pumping life; pump at continuous pressures up to 40 psi • Low extractables and low gas permeability • Meets USP Class VI criteria, and is FDA compliant
- Material Choices: Rubber / Silicone / Elastomer Tubing
- Maximum Inside Diameter / Size: 0.6260 inch
- Pressure Rating: 20 psi
- Temperature Range: 446 F
Supplier: Proto Labs, Inc.
Description: temperatures and can withstand sterilization. LSR parts are also biocompatible, so they work very well for products that have skin contact. Those benefits lend themselves well to automotive, medical and food appliance industries, typically in the form of seals, gaskets, valves and cables.
- Molding Type: Liquid Injection Molding (LIM)
- Materials: Silicone / Liquid Silicone
- Services Offered: Tool / Mold Making, Prototype / Market Entry Molding, Low Volume Production (Short Runs), Machining
- Location: North America, United States Only, Midwest US Only
Supplier: Total Plastics, Inc.
Description: entrapment Minimal extractables help maintain fluid integrity Hydrophobic surface improves fluid flow Documented biocompatibility to the ISO 10993 standard Meets USP Class VI, FDA , 3-A and NSF 51 criteria Available Sizes I.D. O.D. Wall Package Length 1 mm 2 mm 5 mm 15 meters 2 mm 4 mm 1 mm 15
- Material Choices: Rubber / Silicone / Elastomer Tubing
- Design Units: Metric
- Outside Diameter / Size: 0.0787 to 0.9449 inch
- Maximum Inside Diameter / Size: 0.0394 to 0.7087 inch
Supplier: Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Description: Pkg of 1, 1.6 mm ID/0.8 mm wall, 10 m, low-pressure tubing for liquid handling Bio-Rad supplies low-pressure tubing for most liquid-handling needs — both individually and as pump tubing kits. Tubing Options Silicone tubing — recommended when biocompatibility is important
- Maximum Inside Diameter / Size: 0.0630 inch
- Wall Thickness: 0.0315 inch
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Wacker Chemical Corp.
SILPURAN ® 4200
The new adhesive represents an expansion of the existing line of silicone products designed for use in the medical industry. SILPURAN® 4200 is formulated with a new catalyst that does not use organotin compounds. This makes this new silicone adhesive particularly safe to use from a health standpoint. Like all products in the SILPURAN® series, the new adhesive has also been certified as biocompatible in accordance with selected ISO 10993-1 and USP Class VI tests. While SILPURAN® 4200... (read more)
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Aortic Customize: a new alternative endovascular approach to Aortic Aneurysm repair using injectable biocompatible elastomer An in-vitro study .
The effect of injectable biocompatible elastomer (PDMS) on the strength of the proximal fixation of EVAR-grafts An in-vitro study .
A tough biodegradable elastomer : Abstract : Nature Biotechnology
A strong, biodegradable, and biocompatible elastomer could be useful for fields such as tissue engineering, drug delivery, and in vivo sensing.
Thrombogenicity of a new injectable biocompatible elastomer for aneurysm exclusion, compared to expanded polytetrafluoroethylene in a human ex-vivo model .
Aortic Customize: a new alternative endovascular ap- proach to Aortic Aneurysm repair using injectable biocompatible elastomer .
… can cause seroma, haematoma or wound infection, adding morbidity to the procedure.6, 7 To overcome these disadvantages Aortic Customize was devised: a method of ex- cluding the aortic aneurysm using endovascular techniques to inject a biocompatible elastomer into the aneurysm sac …
A strong, biodegradable and biocompatible elastomer could be useful for fields such as tissue engineering, drug delivery, in vivo sensing  and number of biomedical implants.
Dynamic and programmable cell-sorting by using microfluidics and holographic optical tweezers
In this work, we fabricate a microchannel with a main channel and two branches with polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) which is a biocompatible elastomer material by utilizing semiconductor micro-fabrication techniques.
Aortic Customize: a new alternative endovascular approach to Aortic Aneurysm repair using injectable biocompatible elastomer .
Microscale Technologies for Cell Engineering
For example, Fidkowski et al. used biodegradable and biocompatible elastomer (PGS) to microfabricate capillary networks using soft lithography techniques [64, 74].
New possibilities of the surface of eye reconstruction
Membranen aus Kollagen und biokompatiblen Elastomernanofasern .
Characterization and Mechanical Properties of Calcium Silicate/Citric Acid–Based Polymer Composite Materials
In the present study, the mechanical properties and also the characterization of a novel composite based on biocompatible elastomer polyester and a bioactive cera- mic were described.
Osteogenic activities of polymeric soybean oil-g -polystyrene membranes
2012) Phosphoester cross-linked vegetable oil to construct a biodegradable and biocompatible elastomer .
Sustained, localized transgene expression mediated from lentivirus‐loaded biodegradable polyester elastomers
Poly(1,8‐octanediol citrate) (POC) and poly(glycerol‐sebacate) (PGS) are biodegradable, biocompatible elastomers that have tunable mechanical properties, surface characteristics, and degradation rate.
Development and Long‐Term In Vivo Evaluation of a Biodegradable Urethane‐Doped Polyester Elastomer
In order to fulfill this need of materials suited for soft tissue engineering, researchers have developed numerous biodegradable and biocompatible elastomers over the past .