Pacur has been a major supplier of rigid polyester and polypropylene to the OEM medical device and custom thermoforming market for over 30 years. The Pacur product line for medical device packaging includes the FDA approved PETG, and a variety of polypropylenes both homopolymer and copolymer. When the packaging application calls for a tray or clamshell design, our packaging experts can assist you in selecting the correct material. By doing so, we can help to ensure maximum protection and integrity of your medical device package. As one of the first custom sheet extruders in the world to obtain ISO 9001 certification, major medical customers look to Pacur as their premier FDA rollstock supplier.
Some medical packaging products & items include: medical trays, foam trays
Pacur PETG Foam
Pacur® PETG FOAM is a co-extruded combination of PETG Copolyester resin with a proprietary foamed PETG core. It offers advantages over traditional materials where low weight and sustainability are larger parts of an application’s fitness for use requirements.
Pacur PETG Flex
Pacur® PETG FLEX is engineered for use in 0.003" to 0.009" gauge applications and is extruded from PETG copolyester resin. PETG FLEX is an exceptionally tough material making it ideal for label and thermoforming applications. PETG FLEX has both FDA and USDA approvals for medical device, pharmaceutical, and food packaging applications.
Pacur HT Copolyester Sheet
Pacur® HT is an amorphous copolyester that combines excellent clarity and toughness with outstanding heat and chemical resistance. This new generation copolyester can be thermoformed with a wide processing window that allows for product designs that reflect intricate detail. The HT product is suitable for use with most forms of sterilization including radiation and ethylene oxide.
Pacur PETG Copolyester Sheet
Pacur® PETG is extruded from copolyester resin. It is an exceptionally clear and tough material making it ideally suited for use as a blister packaging material. It is both FDA and USDA approved for use in medical device, pharmaceutical, and food packaging applications; and it will withstand ethylene oxide, electron beam, and gamma ray sterilization. Other end uses include general purpose blisters, skin packaging, graphic arts, and stationary supplies.
Pacur Medical Polypropylene
Pacur® Medical Polypropylenes are easily processed using standard thermoforming equipment. Its low stress composition, consistent gauge, and anti-static properties achieve high yield processing with fewer rejected parts.