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7th December 2017, Alpharetta, GA

Solvay’s material used in medical microtube designs

Apollo fabricates a broad range of microtubes for catheter, endoscopy and laparoscopic instruments. © Solvay Solvay, a leading supplier of specialty polymers, has announced that Apollo Medical Extrusion now offers single- and multi-lumen medical microtubing extruded from Solvay’s medical-grade Veradel HC A-301 NT polyethersulfone (PESU).

Apollo fabricates a broad range of microtubes for catheter, endoscopy and laparoscopic instruments.

With the addition of Veradel HC A-301 PESU to its portfolio, the extruder expanded design options for microtube applications that demand a combination of rigidity, transparency and sterilisation, the company explains.

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