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Roads & BridgesMedical device manufacturers are faced with increased consumer demands for the latest and most cost-effective rubber-based products that deliver superior strength, comfort and protection. Historically natural rubber (NR) was the product-of-choice for a ....

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August 2012

Roads & Bridges Polypropylene combined with styrenic block copolymers (SBCs) from Kraton are rapidly penetrating medical markets as a replacement for polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in intravenous bags and tubing.

"You're seeing traction in the marketplace for viable alternatives to PVC," John Marx, global industry manager in the Advanced Materials Group at Kraton, told PlasticsToday in an interview....

Doug Smock
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June 2012

Roads & Bridges Isoprene rubber (IR) products are providing makers of intravenous (IV) components the flexibility and strength of natural rubber without any of its disadvantages, such as odor, fragmentation, and allergic reactions.

Cariflex IR by Houston-based Kraton Performance Polymers, Inc. is one such material now...

Joe Jancsurak
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June 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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