PolyMed tubing, according to Polygon, is ideal for a wide variety of applications including placement on electro-surgical devices (both monopolar and bipolar), surgical ablation tools, suction irrigation or trocar cannula, endoscopic/laparoscopic instruments and robotic surgery technologies.
PolyMed composite tubing is invisible to X-rays, thermally insulating and non-conductive. Strength and performance characteristics exceed stainless steel and are superior to traditional thermoplastic materials, according to Polygon.
Rigid or flexible according to client needs, PolyMed is able to replace stainless steel tubing in a variety of endoscopic and laparoscopic instrument applications, according to Polygon.
PolyMed is ISO-10993 compliant and can be sterilized.
Polygon will exhibit at Booth No. 2141 at MD&M Minneapolis.