Teknor Apex

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

28 Feb 2017 11:40 News

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

14 Sep 2016 10:40 News

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

23 Aug 2016 14:52 News

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

8 Jun 2016 12:00 News

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

23 Feb 2016 10:18 Opinion

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

24 Dec 2015 11:03 News

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

5 Aug 2015 11:21 News

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

13 May 2015 10:55 News 1 Comments

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

30 Apr 2015 09:21 News

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

5 Feb 2015 11:36 Technology

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

24 Jul 2014 10:17 , News

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

15 Jan 2014 16:52 News

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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

10 Sep 2013 09:13 Technology

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

17 Jun 2013 08:00 Technology