Qosina offering plastisol Y connectors


Qosina plastisol y-connectorsQosina is touting the variety of Y connectors it stocks that are made from plastisol, a material used to make flexible components.

Plastisol, also known as liquid polyvinyl chloride (PVC), offers great flexibility, according to Qosina. The material is Class VI approved and BPA- and latex-free.

The Y connectors are made through dip molding rather than traditional injection molding because the dipping dies are cost-effective and allow for easily scalable production, Qosina said.

Qosina offers both standard and universal plastisol Y connectors.

Founded in 1980, Qosina supplies thousands of stock OEM components around the world. The company is based in a 95,ooo-sq-ft. facility in Ronkonkoma, N.Y., with an ISO Class 8 clean room. It’s ISO 9001, 13485 and 14001 registered.

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