Tekni-Plex touting tubing and compounds at Medtec China


Tekni-Plex tubingTekni-Plex’s business units will be presenting its latest medical device tubing and compounds at Medtec China. The event is scheduled to take place Sept. 20–22 in Shanghai, China.

Natvar is touting its full line of precision-crafted tubing solutions. It will include Natvar’s newest microextrusion alternative for neurovascular interventional therapies and surgery. The microtubing capabilities also support the need for highly-engineered materials like tight tolerance microextrusions for emerging procedures.

Natvar is also taking its silicone extrusion tubing global to further its high-precision medical-grade silicone as a solution for complex medical applications.

Tekni-Plex’s Colorite will be showcasing its Cellene thermoplastic elastomer compounds that can be used in a variety of medical devices and packaging. Cellene compounds are made to be silicone, latex, phthalate, halogen and PVC-free with FDA-compliant raw materials. It meets USP Class VI and ISO 10993 standards.

Natvar and Colorite have manufacturing facilities in Suzhou Jiangsu Province, near Shanghai.

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