Medical Device Adhesives
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LOCTITE medical device adhesive products are formulated specifically for the assembly of components that make up medical devices. A medical grade adhesive is most commonly used in these four types of medical devices:
- sterile disposables
- sterile reusables
- sterile reposables
- non-sterile reusables
Every LOCTITE medical grade adhesive is tested to meet the industry's most comprehensive ISO 10993 biocompatibility standards.
Introducing NEW FLEXIBLE LIGHT CURE ADEHESIVES FOR DEVICE ASSEMBLY
LOCTITE AA3951 and AA3953 are the latest developments in light cure adhesives offering high flexibility, high adhesion to common flexible materials and high fluorescence in both the uncured and cured state
These new flexible light cure adhesives are ideally suited for the assembly of a wide range of disposable medical devices including tubes to fittings, respiratory devices, catheters, fluid containers, and select reusable devices such as endoscopes. LOCTITE AA3951 and AA3953 are tested to Henkel’s comprehensive ISO 10993 biocompatibility protocols and certificates will be provided upon request.
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White Papers: Medical Device Adhesives That Withstand Sterilization
Most Loctite brand medical device silicones and other adhesives withstand limited exposure to traditional sterilization methods including gamma, EO and Hydrogen Peroxide. Select adhesives have been tested and withstand the more rigorous environments of autoclave and liquid sterilants. Learn more about our medical device adhesive products from these white papers: