TORAY To Present Transparent TOYOLAC® ABS Resin Technology At MD&M West In Its Distributor Tre Polymer Booth 3806 – Feb 11-13
Visit with Toray and their distributor Tre Polymer – an outstanding partnership of experts with decades of experience serving medical OEM's. Hear how Transparent TOYOLAC® has become a popular thermoplastic due to its superior injection molding and processability, superior hardness, toughness and chemical resistance properties compared to traditional thermoplastics. The result is that TOYOLAC® resin has achieved application success in thousands of medical products worldwide. Now TOYOLAC® is available with Tre Polymer's professional application development and processing assistance support.TOYOLAC® has proven a cost effective replacement for many medical applications requiring clear plastic. Applications include housings, infusion sets, and other drug and blood contact devices where superior injection molding, processability and high strength properties make TOYOLAC® the ideal replacement for clear polycarbonate. With well-balanced chemical properties the TOYOLAC® ABS resin is an FDA Drug Master File registered material. It is USP Class 6 tested and meets ISO 10993 for biocompatibility.
See, hear and get solutions at the Tre Polymer Booth 3806, MD&M West, February 11-13 2020 at the Anaheim Convention Center Arena, Anaheim, California. MD&M West is the world's largest medical design and manufacturing event with over 20,000 professionals and 1900 suppliers attending.
For more information about TOYOLAC® Transparent ABS Resin, call 612-979-0613 to learn more.
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Toray Industries, Inc., 461 Fifth Ave, 9th Fl., New York NY 10017
Toray Industries, Inc., is a world class, global, integrated, chemical industry group with businesses in 26 countries and markets worldwide. In 2018, Toray's sales exceeded $22 Billion and employed over 45,000 people worldwide. Toray combines nanotechnology with its core technologies of organic synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry and biotechnology. These advanced basic materials technologies are applied to develop products in the chemicals, plastics, films, fibers, textiles, composites, pharmaceuticals and medical market segments. Toray's "Innovation by Chemistry" is applied in the medical market to create unique materials that benefit cutting edge products and provide more effective treatments at lower cost and less risk than current products.