A solid, frangible material shed from various implanted materials, such as breast implants, prosthetic joints or indwelling devices (e.g., haemodialysis tubing), composed in part or entirely of silicone.
By booking a ticket to either Silicone Elastomers or TPE World Summit, attendees will gain full access to the other as desired, providing unlimited access to two market leading conferences for the price of one, according to Smithers Rapra.
The building will also include its own cleanroom area for producing and packaging silicone gels, encapsulants and silicone elastomer products under suitable conditions--an increasingly frequent demand, especially for optical applications.
These additions further expand the company's already robust portfolio of silicone elastomers, offering customers fresh new possibilities for designing innovative, next-generation medical device applications.
The new product range includes the CAF line of products for flame sealing and junction bonding; they are one-component silicone elastomers consisting of four grades (CAF 505, 510, 520, and 530) that cure at room temperature.
The course outline will include presentations on silicone elastomer technology; liquid silicone rubber--why silicone; tooling design and construction; dispensing systems; injection equipment; molding parameters; automation; flow analysis; and troubleshooting.
The cosmetic base is comprised of an anhydrous mixture of an effective amount of at least one first non-emulsifying, gellable silicone elastomer; an effective amount of at least one second non-emulsifying silicone elastomer wherein said second silicone elastomer is nonsustainable and nonpillin; at least one non-aqueous solvent; and an effective amount of at least one water insoluble structuring agent which is compatible with said solvent and which has a melting point of between about 45[degrees]C and about 95[degrees]C.