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  • Medical Device Link .
    Epoxies and equipment offer increased functionality Adhesives are an integrated part of many medical devices. Transcending their traditional role of simply holding components in place, however, these products now offer manufacturers sterilizability, chemical resistance, electrical insulation
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    . These include A-Pak flexible burst-seal and divider-clip pouches, dual cartridges, and Semkit packages. Acrylics, conductives, epoxies, polysulfides, polyurethanes, and silicones are a few of the materials handled. Designed for large production runs of dual cartridges, a high-speed filling machine
  • Medical Device Link . Advances in Adhesives and Pressure-Sensitive Components
    , available in print and CD-ROM versions. Epoxy Technology Inc. To keep pace with advances in the design and manufacture of pacemakers, prosthetic devices, dental tools, disposables, and other medical equipment, a company has announced the availability of 13 USP Class VI compatible epoxies
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    . Readers will also find a comprehensive chart comparing the physical properties of dip molded materials, among other helpful guides. Release films designed for ceramic casting. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics (Wayne, NJ; 888/225-2717) offers a line of high-performance release films for casting
  • Medical Device Link . SPOTLIGHT ON ADHESIVES
    application of pressure. A curable, cross-linking PSA that cures to a solvent-resistant tacky coating is also available. Nusil Technology, 1050 Cindy Ln., Carpinteria, CA 93013. Phone: 805/684-8780. Conductive silver epoxies A line of conductive silver epoxy adhesives is used for bonding circuits, flat
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    to join materials that have different thermal expansion rates that put additional stress on bonded joints. Ultrasound probes are one example where different materials are bonded in a challenging structure and must survive arduous conditions. Adhesives that are ideal for these conditions include epoxy
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    A centrifuge improves process control by purging silicones, epoxies, and other medium- to high-viscosity fluids of bubbles and air pockets that can affect shot-to-shot consistency in critical medical device assembly processes. The ProcessMate 5000 can be used with vendor-packaged or user-loaded
  • Tape eases appliance design pressures
    The roll of pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) tape in the design and production of home appliances is a sticky one. of pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) tape in the design and production of home appliances is a sticky one. The flexibility and aggressive adhesive of free film helps bond irregular
  • Medical Device Link .
    Adhesives may be generally classified in one of six ways, as follows: By chemical type (epoxy, silicone). By origin (natural, synthetic). By physical form (films, tapes, pastes, one- or multipart components). By curing method (e.g., heat curing, moisture curing, radiation curing). By functional type
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    film. A copolyester film is coated with 6 ml of a skin-friendly silicone gel adhesive on one side and 2 ml of an acrylic adhesive on the other. The acrylic adhesive coating, Bioflex Rx1268S, bonds to nonwovens, films, and foams easily. When used as a double-coated tape for applications

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