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One often used method for tagging and tracking expensive industrial equipment, high-tech devices and other business assets is one-and two-dimensional barcodes. However a more feature rich alternative is embedded RFID (Radio Frequency Identification). RFID technology provides onboard memory, out of sight reading, and potential to read thousands of tags at one time.
When we think of commonly used rubber compounds for use in medical devices, silicone may come to mind. However, silicone is not always the best of choices. A more favorable option might be a synthetic polymer such as SSBR and BIIR. Both types of polymers provide high density and low permeability and are essential in a wide variety of medical devices including syringe stoppers, infusion containers, injection and blood collection vials, plungers, pre-filled syringes, and so much more.
Join Parker to learn about the important design considerations needed when molding small rubber parts. Key takeaways include:

  • Considerations for designing and molding small rubber parts
  •  Tolerances, quality criteria, material options and molding technologies
Rubber parts such as silicone diaphragms, septum, seals, valves, tubing and balloons are critical components in many of today's medical devices. Finite Element Analysis Software (FEA) is an excellent tool for design engineers to improve the functional performance of these devices.
Parker's team of experts presents our new generation of synthetic polyisoprene compounds that meet or exceed the current stringent USP <381> Type I requirements for elastomeric closures.
Uncover the differences in silicone chemistries and the most common processing methods used in the medical space. Learn how to pick the most appropriate silicone process for your application.
Learn about the specific drivers and challenges in the field of biopharma and single-use systems, as well as:

  • How Parker Prädifa meets these challenges with our proprietary process technology
  • Understand the key features of our portfolio of single-use fluid management systems
  • Discover our product platforms: container systems, manifolds, flex caps
Watch the replay of the USP Class VI internally lubricated EPDM E1244, providing low friction for your medical applications.
ParCoat® coatings from Parker Prädifa were specifically developed for elastomer products. They prevent mistakes during seal installation, thus ensuring reliable and long-lasting sealing performance. Our webinar will provide you with an overview of the wide variety of ParCoat® coatings, their properties and effects, complemented by examples from the field.
Elastomeric seals provide the necessary barrier between your process and the environment. Leakage can occur when a seal is compromised, leading to unscheduled maintenance and costly downtime. At the worst, leakage can harm personnel or the environment. Identifying and preventing seal failure is critical to minimizing downtime and keeping the environment, health, and safety a top priority.

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