ISO9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 approved & manufacturing ISO13485 approved
Vast product range suitable for all application conditions
Broad material range fully compliant with FDA, USP Class VI, ISO 10993, UHP, BAM and BfR standards
Clean room Class 7 (10,000) manufacturing and Class 5 (100) inspection, cleaning, & packaging
The Life Sciences and Medical industry is one of the most demanding and stringently regulated, and our unique portfolio of materials includes a wide range of special elastomers to satisfy the unique sealing requirements of Life Science applications
We have materials that are fully compliant with FDA, USP Class VI, ISO 10993, UHP, BAM and BfR standards, and our experienced Materials Engineers are also on-hand to develop and recommend compounds to meet the specific requirements of your application.
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ISO10993 approved materials: Silicone, EPDM, TPE and TPU
FDA approved compounds: Nitrile, Silicone, EPDM, POM, Fluorocarbon, Polyurethane, PTFE, PP, UHMWPE, TPE
USP Class VI approved compounds: Silicone, Fluorocarbon, PTFE, EPDM, TPE and TPU
3A approved materials: Silicone and Fluorocarbon
Our extensive range of Life Sciences & Medical seals includes:
· Bespoke rubber seals
· 2-Shot mouldings
· PTFE spring energised & co-axial seals
· Composite seals
Our clean room manufacturing facilities are Class 7 (10,000) manufacturing and Class 5 (100) inspection, cleaning, & packaging.
Our application engineers utilise the latest in 2D/3D CAD and FEA simulation software to design and replicate seal performance before finalising each individual seal design, incorporating significant feature and critical function elements for integration with customer mating parts. We offer material development and testing, and a component endurance testing service.
We designed and engineered PTFE seals for slip ring systems and contactless rotary joints for the reliable transfer of power and media.
We developed a rotary seal for a prototype fluid separating device used for research purposes with the potential to develop the unit for use on an industrial scale.