Sun Chemical to showcase solutions for biosensors and medical devices at MD&M East 2017
Sun Chemical (Parsippany, New Jersey) and its parent company, DIC Corporation, will exhibit their wide portfolio of solutions for biosensors and medical devices during MD&M East 2017 on 13-15 June in New York City. The event is considered to be the largest medical technology exhibition on the American east coast.
Some of the products and services on display at Sun Chemical include:
- Gwent Electronic Materials for biosensors, electroluminescence (EL) materials, microcircuits, and printed circuit boards
- SunTronic ECLIPSE conductive inks, resists, dielectrics, and insulators
- SunTronic NANOSILVER inks optimized for aerosol jet and inkjet systems
- SunTronic “In-Mold Electronics Full Stack” where traditional and electronic inks can be sold together from a single source
- DAITAC PSA Tapes for sensors, flexible printed circuits, and medical device assembly
- SEPAREL hollow fibre degassing modules for degassing fluids in diagnostics and medical devices
“We can offer our customers a comprehensive solutions portfolio for biosensors and medical devices,” said Roy Bjorlin, commercial and strategic initiatives director, Sun Chemical. “Unlike traditional material suppliers, we are committed to providing tailor-made materials solutions for a wide variety of applications.”
With the recent acquisition of Gwent Electronic Materials, Sun Chemical will showcase conductive inks and pastes for biosensors, EL materials, cermet pastes for oxygen sensors, piezo, hybrid microcircuits, and novel materials for printed circuits. In addition, the company now offers research and development services for sensors and electrochemical designs.
Moreover, Sun Chemical will display its conductive inks, resists, dielectrics, and insulators for membrane touch switches (MTS), sensors, displays, touch panels, printed antenna, and solid state lighting. To support a broad variety of applications, SunTronic ECLIPSE technologies can be tailor-made for specific printing processes, including screen, inkjet, roll-to-roll coating, and other print technologies.
Caption: Gwent Electronic Materials has recently been acquired by Sun Chemical (photo: Gwent Electronic Materials)