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Dip Molding.

Dip molding. This brochure details recent developments in non-allergenic alternatives to natural rubber latex, focusing on polyurethane and silicone applications. The firm is a developer and manufacturer of radiopaque polymer formulations for medical applications. The literature discusses materials solutions and fabrications strategies to meet marketplace demands for alternatives to natural rubber latex. The piece covers such topics as the limitations of latex, polyurethanes used in medical devices, silicones and biocompatibility, polyurethanes and silicone properties, low pressure balloon technology, in addition to dip molding and polyurethane processing developments. A comprehensive chart compares the physical properties of dip molded materials. (Polyzen)

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Title Annotation:from Polyzen
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 1, 2001
Words:103
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