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The growing popularity of high-energy sterilization of medical devices has necessitated the development of a radiation-stable polycarbonate (PC). Since 1986, several PC producers have added radiation-stable formulations to their medical product lines. The current practice in the stabilization... certain applications,. such as food packaging. "One of the main reasons we bought a reconfigurable conveyor system. was because it is durable plastic (polypropylene and polycarbonate). and noncorrosive,” says Dan Duchamp, president, Gulf Coast Wire. Products Inc., Kaplan, LA. Plastic conveyors...

...are available in materials such as nylon, polypropylene, polycarbonate, radiation-stable polycarbonate, and styrene. The company has also developed PVC barbed luers as an alternative to traditional polycarbonate. "The PVC does not stress crack when it 's bonded, " explains Splett. The company...

...trays include copolyesters (PET, PETG, APET), polystyrene (HIPS), polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polycarbonate and other engineering resins, and acrylic multipolymers. PETG offers good clarity and rigidity, and has become something of a favorite among medical device manufacturers...

(Polycarbonate-FDA grade). Nylon 6 (Polycaprolactam, Polyamide 6). Nylon 6/6 (Polyamide 6/6). PPO (polyphenylene oxide – styrene) or Noryl (R). PET-P (Polyethylene terephthalate – polyester). PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene -FDA grade) or Fluorosint (R). PBT (Polybutylene Terephthalate) or Hydex (R). USP Class VI...

...for the amount that the material shrinks away from the steel while it is cooling. Bear in mind that polycarbonate shrinks at approximately 0.006 in. per inch, whereas acetal shrinks approximately 0.018 in. per inch. A sophisticated mould maker will machine the steel to nearly perfect dimensions...

...of the industry. Suddenly the polymer producers were challenged to develop specialty materials with higher tensile strengths, higher temperature resistance, higher abrasion resistance, and greater stiffness. Polycarbonate was no longer the only game in town in the world of engineering resins... guarantee the authenticity of a product. Or in the case of disposables, the word valid could be made to disappear from the hologramme once the device has been sterilized." The company has been able to place the hologramme on a variety of materials including polycarbonate and polyethylene. Knudsen Plast...

...are not neat circular holes, except for the ones in Nuclepore's (Pleasanton, CA) nucleation-track polycarbonate membrane filters, whose pore size is determined by electron microscopy. Membrane manufacturing processes have strict tolerances, but pore size is usually determined statistically...

...of an actual case of how this information can. be used: An injection molded polycarbonate part was found. to crack when dropped. The virgin resin had an MFR of 28.5. g/10min. A sample from a known “good” lot of parts was. ground up and tested in a melt indexer. It had an MFR of 27,. well within...

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