Catheter manufacturing shaft
stainless steelPTFEbraid-reinforced

catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
catheter manufacturing shaft
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for catheter manufacturing
PTFE, stainless steel

2,800 mm
(110.2 in)

External diameter

Min.: 0.5 mm
(0 in)

Max.: 3.5 mm
(0.1 in)

Inner diameter

Min.: 0.3 mm
(0 in)

Max.: 2.8 mm
(0.1 in)


Engineered shaft with our process ensuring exceptional consistency, realize excellent trackability, pushability, and deliverability for catheter manufacturing. With our continuous spooling process ensuring exceptional consistency with tighter tolerance, we can design, develop, and manufacture engineered shafts for a complex catheter. The shaft is designed to balance flexibility, pushability, kink resistance, and more, with our capability in a wide range of materials, including PTFE, Pebax®, PA12, stainless steel, etc. Braided shat consists of three elements, PTFE liner, Braid reinforcement, and the outer jacket. These elements are designed and combined to be a shaft to realize required specifications such as dimensions, flexibility, and other mechanical properties for your catheter manufacturing. - Wall thickness : Min. 0.003” (0.08mm) - Typical application : Microcatheter, Delivery catheter - Medical field : Neuro, Peripheral, Interventional Oncology - Supplied : Continuous-spooled or cut length, details below - Supplied on a spool with silver-plated copper-core mandrel - Tightly controlled wall tolerance: ±0.00008” (±2μm) - Pinhole check on the entire length (Marking at the pinhole .) - Optional etched or thermoplastic tie layer for adhesion



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