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  • Medical Device Link . The Effect of Molecular Orientation on the Radiation Stability of Polypropylene
    of Molecular Orientation on the Radiation Stability of Polypropylene GEOFFREY HEBERT Polypropylene (PP) is widely used in the medical industry to produce syringes, vials, and numerous other devices, often through injection molding. Many manufacturers employ gamma or electron-beam (E-beam
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    such as polypropylene, polyethylene, and other low-energy rubbers and plastics by using the company's polyolefin primer. A contract manufacturer that designed and produced an in-line silicone pump set specified the instant curing adhesive to bond polypropylene to polypropylene and polypropylene to silicone. More
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    and administration. This seemingly simple aspiration process can present many challenges. When aspirating the drug from a vial, the volume of drug removed must be replaced with sterile air. Hydrophobic filters (see Table I) are manufactured from materials such as polytetrafluoroethylene, polypropylene or acrylic
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    , needles and various types of connectors, and components made of medical polymers such as PVC, ABS, polypropylene, and polycarbonate. TechnoMed Inc., Wallace NC Epoxy-dispensing robot. A complete solution for two-part meter-mixing applications is available. The system offers
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    resins include low- and high-density polyethylenes and polypropylene. Engineering resins include acetal, nylon, polycarbonate, polyphenylene sulfide, liquid-crystal polymer, cyclic olefin copolymer, and others. They generally cost more, carry greater loads, and withstand impact, high temperature
  • Medical Device Link . Design Solutions Using Microporous Hydrophobic Membranes
    (water-filtering) and hydrophobic (water-repellent) forms. This article will be limited to the discussion of microporous hydrophobic membranes (MHMs). Numerous polymers can be employed to form MHMs. Today, the predominant polymers used are PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), polypropylene, PVDF (polyvinylidene
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    greatly reduces sterile filling complexity but manufacturers are skittish about subjecting most products to extrusion temperatures, limiting (in the U.S.) this type of filling to ophthalmic and respiratory products. Joske believes that's a shame. In Europe, fillers routinely use extruded polypropylene
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    of the smallest. The capacity of the machine 's built-in 63.5-mm, 22.4-kW extruder is 109 kg/hr for low-density polyethylene, 91 kg/hr for high-density polyethylene and 81 kg/hr for polypropylene. Dry, oil-free compressed air is supplied to the system at a rate of 24.5 m3/hr at a typical 4.2-bar pressure

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