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Teknor Apex will supply Medalist compound and colour concentrates for use on tubing line featuring ‘Thermatic Extruder from Davis-Standard more

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Teknor Apex will introduce new medical-grade thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) at NPE2018, later this year. more

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Custom compounds producer Teknor Apex iwill introduce its new thermoplastic elastomers at MD&M West 2018. more

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Custom compounder Teknor Apex has expanded its supply capabilities in Asia for its Medalist medical thermoplast Elastomers (TPEs). more

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Teknor Apex has teamed up with FGH Systems and device manufacturers on Medalist medical elastomers as alternatives to thermoset rubber and PVC. more

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Teknor Color Division has launched new colour concentrates with exceedingly small traces of an anti-counterfeit marker or taggant. more

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Peter Galland, Teknor Apex Company examines how many factors determine the best alternative to DEHP for PVC medical devices more

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Peter M Galland and Ross Van Royen, Teknor Apex Company, discuss the challenges in compounding medical polymers more

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Teknor Apex will be exhibiting its medical products at MD&M West, including its Apex flexible PVC compounds with non-DEHP plasticisers, Medalist TPE for solvent bonding and rigid PVC for connectors more

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The acquisition by Petlon Polymers will see nylon products remain in production at Petlon’s Lydney, England, plant more

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How TPEs are emerging as materials of choice for medical devices, by Ross Van Royen, Teknor Apex Company more

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A fire broke out in Teknor Apex’s Oldbury, UK plant yesterday afternoon - the company has confirmed that no employees were injured. more

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Teknor Apex claims to have reached “a breakthrough in PVC technology” which allows rigid PVC to replace polycarbonate in clear medical components. more

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Teknor Apex's restructured product portfolio offers device designers and manufacturers multiple raw material options more

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In a seminar during the MD&M West show next month, Teknor Apex Company will provide systematic information for medical manufacturers facing the complex issues involving replacement of phthalate plasticisers in PVC compounds. more

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Teknor Apex has studied the effects of plasticiser migration into non-PVC thermoplastics in contact with plasticised PVC parts in medical devices. Result show that some plasticisers cause defects while others exhibit no effects. more

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O’Sullivan Films is producing calendered films from Teknor Apex’s Medalist MD-500 elastomers. Working with Genesis Welding, the three companies believe their products have performance advantages over PVC while saving weight and cost. more

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