Ensuring Adhesion on Medical Devices Made with Hard-to-Bond Plastic Substrates

For medical devices such as catheters, prefilled syringes, vials, test tubes and injector pens, many manufacturers are turning to plastic substrates that are specifically formulated to resist harsh chemical and environmental end-use conditions.

Growing in popularity are thermoplastic materials, including nylon and nylon derivatives like polyether block amides (PEBAs) as well as cyclic olefin polymers and copolymers (COC/COP).

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