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MD 1200 Adhesive

Dymax Corp.
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TORRINGTON, Conn., April 30, 2010 — The Dymax Corp. MD 1200 series adhesives are now available for rapid bonding of a variety of substrates found in reservoirs, plastic housings, respiratory devices, needles, syringes, tube sets, fittings and other medical devices.

Formulated with the company’s See-Cure technology, they are bright blue in color in their uncured state, making them easy to see on the surface of substrates, in deep wells or when sandwiched between two layers of materials. Additionally, the blue color allows automated vision systems to confirm adhesive placement prior to curing.

The blue color transitions to clear during the light-curing process to indicate that full cure has been achieved.

The series is solvent free and cures in seconds when exposed to high-intensity ultraviolet and visible light. It is ISO 10993 approved and is compatible with gamma, EtO, and E-Beam sterilization.

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Apr 2010
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