Polyurethane has a wide range of applications and markets. It is flexible, adaptable, and customizable. Polyurethane is the only material that can be used for structural components in medical balloon testing.
It's strong and affordable, and it's also used in many defense applications. This is also true for healthcare and pharmaceutical where medical-grade polyurethane can be used in a variety of applications.
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Because of its remarkable biocompatibility, medical-grade polyurethane balloons can interact with living tissue and fluids without triggering an immunological or toxic reaction. Polyurethane Balloon is used in many medical devices such as indwelling catheters Balloon and general-purpose tubing.
Two Factors that Make a Medical Grade Polyurethane Formulation a Success
Validation of Material & Equipment
Medical-grade polyurethane must perform in the healthcare sector. There is no room to make mistakes and products must pass strict testing requirements before they can be used in healthcare settings. A polyurethane lab is recommended to validate the polyurethane blend and the equipment used in its manufacture.
In-depth testing results are shared with you to identify areas for improvement. All testing is done in an ISO 9001 certified facility.
Identification of Ideal-State Equipment
Many pieces of equipment work together to produce medical-grade polyurethane components and devices. Each piece of equipment plays a meaningful, performance-impacting role in material output.
Although you may have some of these systems in your production environment, it is worth considering the potential synergy created by combining them.