Autoclave Resistant Adhesive

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TORRINGTON, Conn., Oct. 30, 2021 — Autoclave Resistant AdhesiveThe MD® 1040-M Autoclave Resistant Adhesive from Dymax Corp. is an autoclave-resistant adhesive for medical instruments and assembly bond, pot, or encapsulate medical devices that require repeated sterilization.

With a low water absorption of 0.5%, the material is ideal for surgical tools and devices. It can also be used as an encapsulant, protecting critical sensors and electronic components where moisture ingression may be of concern. The material cures quickly upon exposure to broad-spectrum UV light and is optimized to be LED curable at 365 nm.

1040-M successfully bonds to a variety of substrates including stainless steel, aluminum, glass, and printed circuit boards, and is especially suited for encapsulating radio-frequency identification chips, sensors, and other electronic components found on medical devices, tools, and vials. Additional applications include a variety of medical scopes and dental equipment.

Published: October 2021
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