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"TOPAS COC fills an important role in the cartridge system of the V-Go insulin delivery device," says Jenkins.
Topas COC delivers broad global regulatory compliance for both healthcare and food-contact applications, and is available in a number of grades to meet specific processing and end-use requirements.
The elastomeric materials extend Topas beyond the current line of amorphous transparent grades which have been used in medical devices and drug delivery, food and pharmaceutical packaging, optics, and electronics.
* Can Topas COC be used to formulate vials for lyophilization of diagnostic reagents and biological materials?
Ojai's famous oaks seem to gather their limbs like old men huddling to stay warm, and high above town, the Topa Topa Mountains are frozen, deep blue, awaiting light.
In this paper we present experimental results on the toughening of Topas with thermoplastic elastomers such as styrene-butadiene-styrene (SBS), styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene (SEBS) and styrene-ethylene-propylene-styrene (SEPS).
M2 PHARMA-March 23, 2016-Evotec announces spin off of new Topas Therapeutics GmbH
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 23, 2016-Evotec announces spin off of new Topas Therapeutics GmbH
An injection molding grade with internal mold release is the latest addition to the portfolio of transparent cyclic olefin copolymer (COC) resins from Topas Advanced Polymers, Florence, Ky.
Session 2 on "Transparent and translucent polymers," will include the following presentations: "Copolyesters for the medical market," Bart van de Krol, Eastman Chemical, the Netherlands; "Cyclic olefinic copolymer: An innovative, transparent plastic material for applications in medical and diagnostic," Michael Grimm, Topas Advanced Polymers, Germany; and "Silicone elastomers in medical applications," Andre Colas, Dow Coming, Belgium