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  • Out of the Frying Pan and Onto the Cable - Teflon (R) and other Fluoropolymers (.pdf)
    Teflon, a product developed by DuPont and a common coating on cookware, is one of a group of compounds known as fluoropolymers. Fluoropolymers are fluorocarbon-based polymers with multiple strong carbon-fluorine bonds. Teflon FEP-a different grade than the product used on cookware-and other
  • Medical Device Link . Originally Published January/February 2001
    Manufacturers can now specify cost-efficient peelable packaging for small-volume medical devices without forgoing quality. A collaborative effort between DuPont Deutschland (Bad Homburg, Germany) and Sengewald (Halle, Germany) has resulted in a new packaging system, which combines DuPont's Tyvek
  • Medical Device Link .
    From the July issue of Packaging materials are becoming stronger and lighter A new version of Tyvek from DuPont (Wilmington, DE) spearheads the new materials either recently introduced or coming out later this year. The new Tyvek, a high-density polyethylene, is the first new style for medical
  • Medical Device Link .
    device requirements such as lubricity and biocompatibility. It all started with a failed experiment on April 6, 1938, at a DuPont laboratory in Deepwater Point, NJ. DuPont scientist Roy J. Plunkett, PhD, was working on developing gaseous Freon-based coolants. As the story goes, when he returned to his
  • Medical Device Link . EMDM Industry News In Brief Web Sightings Shows and Conferences
    : Medical-grade compounds lubricated with DuPont Fluoroguard MG polymer additives feature improved flow properties and enhanced processability and throughput. The products were recently introduced by Foster Corp. (Dayville, CT, USA), which reached an agreement with DuPont to use. EMDM Industry
  • Medical Device Link .
    package. This can involve a combination of an easy-peel material with a gas permeable Tyvek (DuPont, Luxembourg, Luxembourg) strip to create a package that combines ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilisation with the desired opening characteristics and savings in materials costs. The process is described
  • Medical Device Link .
    , a carrier agent in PTFE suspensions, be replaced with a chemical that does not contribute to ozone-layer depletion or smog. To that end, Micro Care Corp. (New Britain, CT) is using DuPont’s Dryfilm lubricant to produce its VC1 and XC2 dry lubricants and mold releases for makers of finished surgical
  • Seal Selection Guide
    , organic, or inorganic components. In addition, some rubbers (such as Viton (R) from DuPont Dow Elastomers) are trade names. Service conditions for rubber vary by physical and chemical characteristics, but also by the application and size of the rubber component. As your supply chain partner, Elasto Proxy