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DEESIDE, Wales, April 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ConvaTec, a leading global medical products and technologies company, today announced results from a multinational study that found Moldable Technology(TM) skin barriers highly effective in preventing peristomal skin lesions in new ostomy patients.
This first group of organic magnets is not moldable, but the team expects that trait to be attainable.
The package substance has proven to be moldable and compatible with various elements yet its clarity and overall visually pleasing shape appeal to the target audience.
NEC and Unitika have worked on kenaf fiber-reinforced bioplastic, which has high impact resistance when dropped and is highly moldable, both of which are necessary features for handset cases.
A team of researchers at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) have developed compression moldable composite bipolar plates with channels included that can be used in fuel cell (FC) stacks.
The soft, moldable, reusable silicone Putty Buddies earplugs are available in the Original or our patented Floating Formula, in 12 attractive colors.
DMS-4-828 moldable epoxy shim material is dimensionally accurate and millable.
SaniPure-60 offers high biocompatibility and is heat sealable, bondable, weldable, and moldable for custom assembly fabrications.
They also manufacture AlphaForm, a formable/ moldable induction heating ferromagnetic concentrator.
The Flexible Thumb Splint comes in left and right styles, with a rigid insert that is moldable to the shape of the patient's thumb for a more comfortable fit.
The body is not set in stone, but rather plastic and moldable, repairable and educable.
Phthalates have been used for more than 50 years to soften plastic products, making them more pliable and moldable.