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8/17/2012

Baron-Blakeslee Coater Applies PTFE, Silicone to Medical Devices

Originally titled 'Coater Applies PTFE, Silicone to Medical Devices'
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Baron-Blakeslee Lab Koat coaters enable medical and dental device manufacturers to apply polytetrefluoroethylene (PTFE) or silicone coatings to their devices.

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Baron-Blakeslee Lab Koat coaters enable medical and dental device manufacturers to apply polytetrefluoroethylene (PTFE) or silicone coatings to their devices. The small coater can be customized to meet industry-specific needs and also can be used in conjunction with MicroCare Medical’s Duraglide for a smooth, consistant coating on medical tools, the company says. The coater can be used on a variety of medical objects, including needles, stents, blades, surgical staples and catheters.
 
The company also offers electronics coaters that apply fluorocarbon solvent soluable polymer conformal coating. These coaters feature a refrigeration component to minimize evaporation and an ultra-low-speed hoist for a consistent coating. In addition, the company creates custom coaters designed according to the parts that require coating applications.  

 

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