Zeus touts extremely thin-walled extrusions

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zeus streamlinerZeus Industrial Products announced that it has launched its new PTFE Sub-Lite-Wall Streamliner extrusion series.

The Sub-Lite-Wall adds to Zeus’ line of extremely thin-walled extrusions and represents the latest breakthrough in the company’s catheter line. The product line further advances the company’s catheter design that improves patient care and clinical outcomes.

Zeus’ Sub-Lite-Wall StreamLiner XT tubing offers maximum wall thickness of 0.00075 in. and features the company’s LoPro technology.

“Zeus customers have leveraged the unsurpassed capability of our Sub-Lite-Wall products for decades of catheter design and development, from guide sheaths for varying flexibility and strength down to the smallest microcatheter,” said Bob Jennings, senior VP of medical sales and marketing. “The StreamLiner series goes a step further in that the products enable device engineers to increase catheter lumen space and effectively lower the overall profile of the device. This makes it an exciting addition to a portfolio of design options for next-generation minimally-invasive therapies.”

The StreamLiner series also offers a stronger and more robust catheter liner with reduced deployment force and are available for purchase through Zeus’ website.

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