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The latest in medical tubing and compounds, as well as flexible packaging materials for medical device applications, will be featured by Tekni-Plex business units at CMEF Spring, May 15-18, Shanghai, China, Hall 5.1, Stand O03.
Natvar will be discussing its full line of tubing solutions including its newly-launched micro-bore alternative for neurovascular interventional therapies and surgical applications. The new micro-tubing capability supports the growing need for highly-engineered materials, including tight tolerance microextrusions, for use in emerging procedures.
The company also is now making its silicone extrusion tubing available globally. Silicone extrusions are typically used for catheters, feeding tubes, drug delivery and peristaltic pump applications. Natvar’s latest investment in high-precision medical-grade silicone is the next step in providing a one-stop global solution for all complex medical applications.
For the past 50 years, Tekni-Plex’s Colorite business unit has been a leading producer of advanced medical-grade compounds used by many of the world’s foremost healthcare and medical device manufacturers. At CMEF, it will be featuring its Cellene™ thermoplastic elastomer compounds which are suitable for a wide variety of medical devices, as well as packaging and other regulated markets. Cellene™ compounds are formulated to be silicone, latex, phthalate, halogen and PVC-free using FDA-compliant raw materials to meet USP Class VI and ISO 10993 standards.
The Natvar and Colorite business units are supported in Asia with manufacturing facilities in Suzhou and Wujiang (Jiangsu Province), China, located near Shanghai.
Tekni-Films will be discussing its copolyester film series with grades that provide a cost effective alternative to PETG for thermoformed medical tray packaging. Tekni-Films also will be displaying a wide variety of other multilayer packaging structures that deliver the stringent oxygen and water vapor barrier properties necessary to protect medical device products.