We have published a new success story! In this story, the customer required a static seal for a navigation module that would be contained and used on the exterior of a recreational vehicle. The exterior navigation/infotainment module would be exposed to outdoor elements including extreme temperature swings, rain, wind and dust. The gasket was required to perform as designed for the life expectancy of the class A RV. This can be more than 10 years!
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Ever wonder why hospitals, doctor’s offices, and other healthcare providers don’t just use duct tape for bandages, wound care, and device fixation? Well, there are many reasons, but first try sticking it to skin and peeling it off. The main reason is simple: duct tape does not use a medical grade pressure sensitive adhesive.
Medical adhesives must be skin-friendly, non-migratory, with a variable degree of initial tack and peel adhesion. Ease of removal, breathability and durability also differentiate medical adhesives from other types of tapes.