Tygon® ND-100-65 Medical/Surgical Tubing, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics

Supplier: Saint-Gobain
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Tygon® ND-100-65 Medical/Surgical Tubing, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics
Tubing Tygon Tubing
Tygon® ND-100-65 Medical/Surgical Tubing has been specifically formulated for medical device manufacturers that require a non-DEHP plasticized material.

Crystal clear for easy visualization of fluid flow. Ideal for contact with bodily fluids. Non-wetting surface permits complete drainage. Withstands EtO, gas, and gamma sterilization.

Tygon® ND-100-65 tubing is made from a biocompatible non-DEHP polymer material developed specifically for blood and contact medical device needs. It meets USP Class VI, ISO 10993, European Pharmacopoeia, and European REACH requirements. It is also non-hemolytic and non pyrogenic.

This tubing formulation sets the new standard for performance and durability in blood contact applications. Based upon a unique chemistry developed by Saint-Gobain, Tygon® ND Series tubing was formulated to be Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and restriction of CHemical substances (REACH) compliant. DEHP levels are less than 1000 ppm. During the extrusion process, individual process dimensions are maintained and monitored through in-line micrometers and off-line verification with computerized imaging equipment. Consistent with many medical tubing requirements, ND-100-65 material can be effectively bonded/welded using heat, electronic (RF)/ultrasonic, solvent, and adhesive methods. Factors to be considered when selecting the components include security of the bond required, effect on the integrity of the materials to be joined, and presence of residues or extractable that may affect biocompatibility. When bonding procedures are not used, mechanical clamps are recommended to provide secure attachment.
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