Covestro officials are boasting how their Apec 1745 high heat polycarbonate was the material of choice for Gerresheimer AG’s new tamper-evident luer lock closure for syringes.
In the growing prefilled syringes market, the adapter for screwing in the needle and the syringe cap plays a key role when it comes to ensuring ease of use and reliable dosage, according to Covestro (Pittsburgh).
Gerresheimer AG’s Gx TELC tamper-evident luer lock safety seal combines the adapter and closure into a single component, simplifying the manufacturing process and boosting cost-effectiveness. It also improves ease of use because the person using the syringe only has to mount one connected part on the syringes.
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