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Medical

Medical Grades

SIMONA Boltaron has several grades of high performance plastics to choose from for medical applications depending on your flammability, chemical resistance and processing requirements.

Applications

  • Medical device enclosures
  • Orthotic braces
  • Thermoformed electronic device enclosures
  • Protective wall linings
  • Hospital bed components
  • Lavatory components

Characteristics

Materials

Boltaron® 6530
UL 94 V-0 Compliant PVC/ABS Alloy

Boltaron® 4335
UL 94 V-0 and ASTM E-162 Flammability Rated PVC

Boltaron® 4300
UL 94 V-0 High Impact Clear PVC with a Transparent Blue Tint

Rigiwall® Boltaron® 4333
UL Standard 723 Listed and ASTM E84 Acrylic PVC/Alloy Wall Covering Grade
Class 1/A Rated

Rigiwall® Boltaron® 4333W
UL Standard 723 Listed and ASTM E84 Acrylic PVC/Alloy Wall Covering Grade
Class 1/A Rated and Corona Treated for Abrasion Resistance

Rigiwall® Boltaron® 4353
UL Standard 723 Listed and ASTM E84 Acrylic PVC/Alloy Wall Covering Grade
Class 1/A Rated up to .125 in

For additional material solutions for the medical market available from SIMONA AMERICA Industries, visit www.simona-america.com/medical.

Antibacterial, Antimicrobial and Antiviral Solutions

Most thermoplastic materials have inherent properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria on the surface. For more advanced antibacterial or antimicrobial performance, additives and engineering solutions are possible. Please contact your local SIMONA Boltaron representative to discuss your specific needs.

Antimicrobial and Antibacterial Properties of Boltaron® Thermoplastics >>

Cleaning Boltaron® Thermoplastics

Boltaron materials can be cleaned using most hospital grade cleaners and disinfectants recommended by the EPA and CDC. Be sure to always remove all cleaning product residue from the surface with water and a dry cloth.

Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidelines for Boltaron Materials >>

Not sure which material will meet the requirements of your next project?