Small medical victories enabled by high-tenacity PET fiber

A high-tenacity polyethylene (PET) fiber developed by RxFiber LLC (Windsor, CA) is specifically designed to accommodate demand for thin, strong fibers for small device delivery systems in transcatheter applications. Described as the first commercially available fiber of its kind, RxFibron HT is twice as strong as regular PET. This property allows device manufacturers to use a smaller denier yarn than they would ordinarily source, allowing them to reduce device size without sacrificing strength or flexibility. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  Medical Materials Extrusion read more

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