Recorded Wednesday, July 11 – Presented by Trinseo
Join Trinseo as we discuss the benefits of using acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) resins as a material for all types of medical devices—from large and small equipment housings to insulin pens and inhalers.
ABS resins have been long valued because of their durability, toughness, and aesthetic appeal. When produced using mass polymerization technology, ABS resins offer attractive advantages to medical industry customers: exceptional purity, low residual monomers, lot-to-lot consistency, and superior whiteness.
This webinar will cover of the differences between the emulsion method of producing ABS and mass polymerization, which is how Trinseo manufactures MAGNUM™ ABS Resins. These resins are recognized as superior in the automotive and consumer electronics industries as well as among high-end extruders. They have been relied on for decades to satisfy the critical needs of demanding applications, and they’re ideal for medical applications.
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