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Parts by Number for Makrolon Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
MAKROLON655755115 National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
PN7304 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided 1 x normally closed (diagnostic function), Quick disconnect, M12 connector, Function programmable, Housing material: stainless steel (304S15) stainless steel 316L / 1.4404 PC (Makrolon) PBT (Pocan) PEI FPM (Viton) EPDM/X (Santoprene) PTFE...
PN7300 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided normally closed (diagnostic function), Quick disconnect, M12 connector, Function programmable, Housing material: stainless steel (304S15) stainless steel 316L / 1.4404 PC (Makrolon) PBT (Pocan) PEI FPM (Viton) EPDM/X (Santoprene)...
PN7004 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided closed (diagnostic function), Quick disconnect, M12 connector, Function programmable, Housing material: stainless steel (304S15) stainless steel 316L / 1.4404 PC (Makrolon) PBT (Pocan) PEI FPM (Viton) EPDM/X (Santoprene) PTFE...
926573-1 Powell Electronics, Inc. TE Connectivity Not Provided Housing; Number of Positions = 4; Makrolon Housing Material; Receptacle; Mount = Free Hanging;

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  • Medical Device Link . MEDTEC 99 PREVIEW
    A line of polycarbonate resins offer glasslike transparency and outstanding impact strength, temperature resistance, dimensional stability, and processability. Those Makrolon resins designated as medical grade meet FDA-modified ISO 10993-1 biocompatibility requirements. The resins can be sterilized
  • Photoelastic Stress Analysis of Polycarbonate Medical Parts (.pdf)
    For nearly 50, years, Makrolon (R) polycarbonate has been chosen for medical applications because of its excellent combination of properties including transparency, outstanding toughness, dimensional stability, moldability, low shrink rate, sterilizability and compatibility with many adhesives
  • Medical Device Link .
    as medical grade that meet US FDA -modified ISO 10993-1 requirements and are suitable for applications requiring biocompatibility. These biocompatible resins include certain Makrolon polycarbonates, which feature glasslike transparency and very good processability and dimensional stability; high-heat Apec
  • Polycarbonate Enclosures 101: A Guide for Specifiers
    . Then, in the 1950's, GE and Bayer concurrently developed polycarbonate resin, and in the 1960's the new resins (Lexan for GE and Makrolon for Bayer) began finding their way into the marketplace. Due to its exceptional impact strength, machinability, formability, and UV stability, polycarbonate-based
  • Polycarbonate
    Caliber® (Dow), Lexan® (GE), Makrofol® and Makrolon® (Bayer).
  • Medical Device Link . Medical Applications of Polycarbonate
    and USP Class VI. A recently developed lipid-resistant polycarbonate formulation (Makrolon DP1-1805, Bayer Corp., Pittsburgh, PA) was used to manufacture components of a needle-free IV system (Safsite, from B. Braun Medical, Inc., Bethlehem, PA). Polycarbonate can be processed with standard
  • Bright lights, bold look
    are going into headlamps. The 2007 Cadillac Escalade headlamp assembly, for example, features a row of seven amber LEDs packaged behind amber inner sidemarker lenses molded from Makrolon PC. The headlamp outer lens and chrome bezel are also made from Makrolon PC. This application is significant
  • CDs celebrate 25 yr of service
    An acoustic revolution was spurred 25 yr ago when ABBA's "The Visitors " album was burned into the first compact discs made from Makrolon polycarbonate (PC) from BMS developed CD technology based on a specially tailored PC that still serves as the material for many optical recording media including
  • Polycarbonate
    Polycarbonates are amorphous engineering thermoplastics that offer exceptional toughness over a wide temperature range. The resins are produced in the U.S. by Dow Chemical Co. (Calibre), General Electric Co. (Lexan), and Mobay Chemical Corp. (Makrolon). The natural resins are waterclear
  • Transparentportation: Concept car gets "all clear "
    After making his latest prototype all but disappear, Swiss automotive visionary Frank K. Rinderknecht may be the Houdini of concept cars. Rinderknecht 's "eXasis " has a transparent body and floor made of polycarbonate (Makrolon) from Bayer MaterialScience (BMS) AG. The Rinspeed Inc. creation

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