Master Bond offers a comprehensive line of one and two component epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, cyanoacrylates, and UV curing adhesives for the assembly of both disposable and reusable medical devices.
Formulation of Medical Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings
Specific Master Bond grades of medical adhesives, sealants, coatings for medical devices offer the following features:
- Special formulations fully meet the USP Class VI protocol
- Compounds have been developed which offer high physical strength properties and outstanding chemical resistance even when applied on dissimilar or difficult to bond substrates.
- Selected products retain their desirable performance upon exposure to various sterilization procedures including autoclaving, radiation, ethylene oxide and the recently developed cold sterilants.
Most Popular Epoxies for Medical Device Assembly
Some of Master Bond's most popular medical adhesives include:
||Room temperature curable USP Class VI certified epoxy for repeated sterilization including autoclaving.
||Rapid setting, USP Class VI epoxy system with superior resistance to chemical sterilization.
||USP Class VI approved, low viscosity epoxy system with superb optical properties.
||Silver conductive epoxy with low resistance and USP Class VI certification.
||One component USP Class VI approved adhesive/sealant that resists elevated temperatures. Withstands repeated autoclaving.
Typical Medical Applications for Master Bond Adhesive Products
Typical applications of Master Bond's range of medical adhesives , sealants, coatings products for the medical industry include:
- Fiber optics
- Artificial voice box
- Intra-aortic balloons
- EGG/EKG equipment
- Endotracheal tubes
- Angioplasty devices
- Air & liquid filters
- Diagnostic instruments
- Suture material systems
- Hip & knee composites
- Colostomy devices
- EMI/RFI shielding
- Respiratory face masks
- Drug delivery devices
- Dental reconstruction
- Blood heat exchangers
- Pacemaker components
- Radio-opaque assemblies
- Optical electronic devices
- Test kits
- IV kits
- Hearing aids
- Infusion pumps
- Artherectomy devices
- Oxygen concentrators
- Prototyping (moldings & castings)
- Handheld sugical products
- Kidney dialysis membranes & systems
- Prosthetics manufacturing & repair
- X-ray & imaging equipment
- Ventricular assist systems
- Laparoscopic instruments
- Pressure/temperature sensors
- Valves, pumps & motors
- Disposable surgical products
High Reliability and Performance Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings for Medical Devices
Master Bond's range of medical adhesives, sealants, coating and potting and encapsulation materials are designed to offer superior quality and long-term durability. They have earned a well-deserved reputation for their performance upon exposure to hostile environmental conditions including many types of sterilants. Select from a wide range of one and two-component systems conveniently packaged for ease of use. These compounds are available for use in different viscosities, cure times, chemical resistance, electrical properties, colors, etc. to best meet specific requirements.
Chemical Resistant Grade Medical Adhesives
Master Bond offers specific grades of medical adhesives, sealants, and coatings that can resist:
- Cold chemical sterilants
- Ethylene oxide (EtO)
- and many others
Customized Packaging to Customer Specifications
Master Bond offer a wide array of packaging options to speed productivity, minimize waste and save energy including:
- Quantities from grams to gallons
- Cans, bottles and jars
- Cartridges for manual and pneumatic guns
- Premixed and frozen syringes
- Bipaks for field service kit
Master Bond Leading the Way in the Manufacturing of Reusable and Disposable Medical Devices
Master Bond Inc. is a leader in the design, formulation and manufacture of adhesives, sealants, coatings and potting compounds for the assembly of both disposable and reusable medical devices. Master Bond's product line includes epoxies, urethanes, silicones, cyanoacylates, and specialty solvent based systems. These user friendly products can be cured at ambient and/or elevated temperatures or by exposure to UV light. Specific formulations fully meet the USP Class VI protocol. Master Bond's technical staff welcomes the opportunity to provide assistance to medical device manufacturers in the solution of specific assembly problems.
Master Bond adhesives, sealant, coatings and potting compounds can simplify and enhance the performance of many critical medical devices. Formulations have been developed which offer high physical strength properties and outstanding chemical resistance even when applied on dissimilar or difficult-to-bond materials. Additionally, selected products retain their desirable performance upon exposure to various sterilization procedures including autoclaving, radiation, ethylene oxide and the recently developed cold sterilants. Specifically developed technologies for treating a variety of substrates are commercially available to assure optimal performance even upon exposure to severe environmental conditions, as well as contact with a wide variety of fluids and occasional abuse.
Master Bond has been very active in developing new Class VI type formulations for the medical device industry. Of particular interest is EP30DPMed, a flexible epoxy system with excellent bond strength and good flow for sealing and encapsulation. Another Class VI product of note is EP45HTMed, which offers the ultimate in temperature and chemical resistance. It can withstand hundreds of autoclaving cycles. In addition to those products, Master Bond now offers a Class VI two-part addition cured silicone called MasterSil 151Med. It has wide applicability as an adhesive for silicone type products and as an encapsulant or sealant for electronic devices. These compounds can be used in a wide variety of devices such as diagnostic instruments (i.e. endoscopes), surgical tools, catheters and implantables.
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