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MD® Medical Adhesive

111-MSK

Plastic Bonding Respiratory Device Adhesive


MD® 111-MSK respiratory device adhesive quickly bonds plastics typically used in the manufacture of anesthesia masks and other respiratory support products. The product cures in seconds with UV/Visible light for rapid assembly of medical device components. MD® 111-MSK is moisture-resistant and fluoresces blue for easy in-line inspection under low-intensity “black” light (365 nm). Bondable substrates include PVC, PS, and PU, as well as SEBS.

Dymax MD® Medical Device adhesives are solvent-free and cure upon exposure to light. Their ability to cure in seconds enables faster processing, greater output, and lower processing costs. When cured with Dymax light-curing spot lamps, focused beam lamps, flood lamps, or conveyor systems they deliver optimum speed and performance for medical device assembly. Dymax lamps offer the optimum balance of UV and visible light for the fastest, deepest cures.

MD® 111-MSK respiratory device adhesive is in full compliance with the RoHS2 Directives 2015/863/EU.

Features

  • Fast UV/Visible light cure
  • Moisture resistant
  • Fluoresces blue under black lights
  • Compliant with ISO 10993

Typical Properties

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Property Values
Viscosity (nominal) 280 cP
Cured Shore hardness D50
Cured Elongation at break 200%
Recommended Substrates PVC; SEBS; PU; PS

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