The Tekni-Plex Medical business supplies mission-critical, high-value components, materials, and solutions to medical device manufacturers worldwide.
We provide advanced medical grade, polymer-based solutions (compounds, tubing and other products) for medical devices and other applications. Our nine manufacturing locations use lean manufacturing tools and principles to drive quality and continuous improvement programs. This helps ensure on time delivery of premium medical products worldwide.
PVE and TPE Compounds
Our extensive line of custom, clear PVC compounds is suitable for extrusion, injection and blow molding processes. Tekni-Plex Medical compounds are available with excellent gamma radiation resistance, as well as self-frosting and radiopaque materials.
Extruded Medical Grade Tubing
We manufacture precision medical tubing solutions for a wide range of single-use medical device applications. These include intravenous (IV) administration, hemodialysis devices, insulin delivery, cardiopulmonary bypass equipment, wound drainage and much more. Our medical grade tubes are used in hospital, clinics and home settings worldwide.
Learn more about our capabilities—case studies, white papers, and webinars:
Case Study: Tekni-Plex Medical solves quality issue for OR generator
A contract manufacturer for a generator that powers forceps used in neurocranial surgeries was having significant quality challenges with its prior tubing set. Read how the problem was solved.
Case Study: Tekni-Plex Medical IV tubing solution helps protect healthcare professionals, while providing needed therapy to COVID-19 patients
The pandemic caused sudden demand for increased lengths/quantities. Learn how Tekni-Plex harnessed its global manufacturing footprint to provide tubing ASAP.
White Paper: Tubing for hemodialysis pumps
The dialysis tubing segment must have superior compression recovery and fatigue resistance. Learn more about how dialysis tubing attributes impact performance.
White Paper: What capabilities should the ideal medical polymer compounder have?
If you are a medical device OEM or a supplier subcontractor who has been entrusted with developing components for your client’s new product, you may be uncertain as to how to evaluate a compounder with whom to partner. Learn what to consider to help you make the right decision.
White Paper: Styrenic TPE compounds: Growth drivers & challenges in medical applications
Over the past three decades, regulatory and market drivers, as well as cost pressures, have continued to generate a material choice discussion between polyvinyl chloride (PVC), thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) and rubber materials. Here are some considerations.
Webinar: New tubing material advancements drive dramatic improvements for critical fluid transfer applications
Are you using the right tubing solution? Join us as we look at attributes and design considerations, as well as new and unique material and tubing construction advancements that offer potential improvements for medical devices.