Master Bond offers a comprehensive line of epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, cyanoacrylates and UV cure systems for the assembly of both disposable and reusable medical devices. These compounds feature high bond strength to similar and dissimilar substrates, have the ability to fill gaps and are easy to apply.
Master Bond Epoxies Meet USP Class VI Requirements
Our medical grade adhesive formulations are biocompatible as per USP Class VI testing. Specific grades are resistant to the following sterilization methods:
- Steam autoclaving
- Ethylene oxide (ETO)
- Cold chemical sterilants
Special compounds can withstand multiple sterilization cycles.
Master Bond Medical Products are Used in a Wide Range of Applications
Master Bond medical grade adhesives are highly reliable and are used in many diverse medical device applications. They include:
- Infusion pumps
- Handheld surgical instruments
- IV kits
- Imaging equipment
- Blood heat exchangers
Some of Our Most Popular Adhesives for Disposable and Reusable Medical Devices
Paste consistency. Convenient one to one mix ratio. Elongation 400-500%. Highly water resistant. Self priming feature. Meets USP Class VI and ISO 10993-5 requirements. Superior thermal stability. Resists vibration, shock. Serviceable from -65°F to +400°F.
Biocompatible, high viscosity, UV curable compound. Optically clear. Glass transition temperature of more than 140°C. Rapid curing, no mix system. Withstands repeated sterilization. Meets USP Class VI and ISO 10993-5 cytotoxicity testing requirements. Serviceable from -60°F to +450°F.
Two part epoxy requiring moderate heat curing (80-120°C). Meets USP Class VI biocompatibility specifications. Superb resistance to repeated autoclaving along with excellent adhesion to high temperature plastics such as Ultem, PEEK, etc. Exceptionally long working life. Outstanding electrical insulation properties. Serviceable from -60°F to +450°F.
USP Class VI approved. Serviceable from -60°F to 450°F. Withstands multiple cycles of medical sterilization including radiation, EtO, autoclaving and chemical sterilants. Shore D hardnes >75. Used for bonding, sealing, coating, casting. Can be cured up to 2-3 inches thick. Cures at ambient temperature or more quickly at elevated temperatures.
One part, high viscosity system. Cures tack-free without any oxygen inhibition. Meets USP Class VI specifications; also passes ISO 10993-5 cytotoxicity test. Resists gamma radiation, EtO and various chemical sterilants. Serviceable from -60°F to +250°F.
Low viscosity, two part epoxy with outstanding chemical resistance. Passes USP Class VI biocompatibility tests. Capable of withstanding repeated sterilization cycles including radiation, EtO, chemical sterilants, autoclaving. Serviceable from -60°F to +450°F. Cures at room or elevated temperatures. Available in amber-clear and black colors. Castable in thicknesses up to 2-3 inches.
Excellent chemical resistance to solvents, bases, acids, alcohol and fuels. Withstands exposure to methylene chloride, phenol (10%) and nitric acid (30%). Well suited for coating tanks, pumps and vessels. Moderate viscosity with good flow properties. Can be used for potting/encapsulation. Formidable physical strength properties. Serviceable from -80°F to +450°F.
USP Class VI certified. Withstands repeated cycles of sterilization such as autoclaving, radiation and chemical sterilants. High bond strength. Heat curing. Two component epoxy system. Long pot life. Service operating temperature range from -80°F to +500°F.