PTFE heat shrink tubing medical
Medical grade PTFE heat shrink tubing is a type of tubing that is commonly used in medical applications due to its unique properties. PTFE, or polytetrafluoroethylene, is a synthetic fluoropolymer that is known for its high temperature resistance, chemical resistance, and non-stick properties.
The heat shrink aspect of the tubing means that it can be heated to a specific temperature, causing it to shrink and conform to the shape of the object it is covering. This makes it ideal for use in medical devices where a tight, conformal fit is required.
Medical grade PTFE heat shrink tubing is often used in applications such as catheters, endoscopes, and other medical devices where biocompatibility and sterilization are critical. It is also used in applications where high temperature resistance and chemical resistance are required.
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