Catheter lamination manufacturing equipment

Catheter lamination manufacturing equipment are machines used for the production of medical catheters, especially where multiple materials need to be laminated during their manufacture to achieve the required mechanical properties and functionality. These machines are capable of precisely controlling heat and pressure in order to laminate materials together without damaging them.

Key components and operating principles of catheter lamination manufacturing equipment:

1. Heating system:

Responsible for providing the heat necessary to soften the material so it can be laminated together. CatheterMelt CM80 is accomplished through electric heating nozzle to transfer hot air to the surface of the plastic tubes.

2. Pressure system:

After the catheter tube material has been heated and softened, pressure needs to be applied to ensure a tight bond between the different layers of material. Our CM80 Catheter lamination manufacturing equipment uses high-precision controllers and temperature sensors to quickly and accurately heat the compressed air with adjustable flow to the specified temperature.

3. Cooling system:

After lamination is complete, the catheter needs to be cooled to cure the structure. This involve air cooling systems.

4. Control systems:

Catheter laminating equipment is equipped with sophisticated control systems to precisely control the heating, pressure and cooling processes. Our control systems include touch screen interfaces, PLC programming, customized nozzle and foot switch to meet different requirements.

Catheter Lamination Process:

1. Material Preparation:
Different types and sizes of materials are prepared and loaded into the equipment according to design requirements.

2. Preheating:
The material is slowly heated to the proper temperature to avoid thermal stress.

3. Laminating:
Different materials are laminated together under controlled temperature and pressure.

4. Cooling Curing:
The laminated material is cured by a cooling system.

5. Post-processing:
Includes cutting, punching or other shaping steps necessary to complete the final shape and size of the catheter.

Application Areas:

Cardiovascular catheters: Used for examination and treatment of heart and vascular diseases.
Endoscopic catheters: used in endoscopic procedures for visual inspection and treatment.
Neurointerventional catheters: for diagnosis and treatment of the nervous system.
Urological and gastrointestinal catheters: for diagnosis and treatment of related organs.

Catheter lamination manufacturing equipment is very important in the medical device industry because they are able to produce high-quality catheter products that perform reliably and meet medical standards.

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