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Medical Grade Silicone Tubing and Extrusions

Parker's Composite Sealing Systems Division offers a wide range of medical grade tubing, available in single or multi-lumen configurations as well as radiopaque striping. Specializing in both medical grade silicone and wire-reinforced, non-occluding silicone tubing, our products are used in a variety of medical, diagnostic and pharmaceutical applications.

Increase Service Life and Reduce Contamination in Dynamic Motion Applications with Internally Lubricated, USP Class VI and USP <87> Compliant O-ring Material E1244-70

Parker’s E1244-70 EPDM material contains an internal lubricant, reducing installation force and dynamic friction without the need for external lubricants that can trap dirt and dust which can harbor bacteria. It is USP Class VI and USP <87> compliant and provides excellent resistance to repeated steam, gamma, ozone, and ethylene oxide sterilization.

Parker's Medical Grade EPDM Offers Proven Biocompatability and Excellent Rubber Seal Performance

Parker’s ethylene propylene material E3609-70 offers outstanding resistance to steam, cleaning sterilization agents, and process fluids in addition to meeting cytotoxicity requirements of USP <87> and the USP Class VI biocompatibility requirements at multiple extraction test temperatures.

Parker’s HiFluor™ Material HF355-65 Provides High Performance, High Purity Sealing Solutions

HF355-65 is a unique "hybrid" O-ring rubber material that offers extremely low extractables of perfluorinated elastomers coupled with the temperature limits of fluorocarbon. The chemical resistance is slightly better than regular fluorocarbon, and the cost is a fraction of a true perfluorinated elastomer.

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