EIS applies materials and expertise to various applications, including adhesives for diagnostic instruments and medical die-cut parts, complex foam tape conversions, converted special release liners, and more.
For example, design engineers working with medical soft silicone pressure-sensitive adhesives are used in wound care dressings, bandages, and specialty drapes. These adhesives are typically non-traumatic to the wound, minimize pain during removal, and form a seal between the dressing and the skin to reduce the risk of maceration. We have the expertise to identify these adhesives and those that will work best with the application's required substrate. And in sourcing a cost-effective bonding solution, the process of selecting and matching appropriate adhesives and materials is expedited.
EIS works with engineers designing nonwoven applications to select and test the nonwoven material, select and test an appropriate adhesive, and ensure that the design meets manufacturability requirements.
EIS is a medical converter with expertise in selecting and applying low trauma adhesives to medical applications, such as wound care dressings, surgical dressings, bandages, ostomy appliances, and other stick-to-skin applications.