Standing on nearly three decades of industry experience, Trinseo offers rigid and soft plastics that enable patient- and provider-friendly medical devices to meet the needs of an ever-changing marketplace.
Supporting today’s OEMs as they manufacture medical devices for required human interaction, Trinseo provides medical grade resins for single- and multiple-use devices such as surgical instruments and IV drip chambers, drug delivery systems, diagnostic equipment housings, and medical wearables.
The company is a technology leader and innovator. Our involvement with medical devices has taken us from syringe barrels and luer locks to some of the most advanced applications supporting the evolution in 5G Network technology that relies on cross-industry expertise.
Today Trinseo is recognized for its leadership in chemical-resistant materials to combat Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI). We offer a platform of wear-resistant, high lubricity polycarbonate as well as ISO 10993 certified biocompatible glass-filled resins, and skin contact grades for applications with limited or non-invasive patient contact.
Trinseo materials for medical devices include:
Trinseo medical grade products are manufactured with heightened attention to quality and consistency. Our global manufacturing and compounding facilities provide an assurance of supply and operate according to cGMP or ISO 13485 standards. We also offer cleanroom manufactured polycarbonate to provide assurance of minimal particulate matter entering application workstreams.
Trinseo has a network of regional medical product stewards that supports customers with regulatory compliance with the goal of lowering risk, increasing speed to market, and providing products so innovators can continue to focus on improving healthcare delivery. Select from our resources to learn more about our products and their applications in the medical device marketplace or contact us directly and let’s discuss how we can work together.
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