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Dymax.jpgDymax Corp.’s MD 1000 series medical device adhesives enable high-speed, high-volume bonding of medical device housings, tube sets, catheters and enclosures. The solvent-free adhesives are USP Class VI- and ISO 10993-certified, and moisture- and humidity-resistant. They leave no residue and are available in gap-filling viscosities. They are designed to cure with both UV- and visible light-emitting lamps, and they work well with the company’s BlueWave LED visible light, high-intensity spot curing system.

Nov 2008

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