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Dip Molded Nasal Cannulas – All About Comfort

Here at Piper Plastics, we proudly produce a wide range of medical components using our dip molding technology. One of the medical products most frequently manufactured is the dip molded nasal cannula. What is a Nasal Cannula? Used in every hospital across the US, you are sure to have seen nasal cannulas – both on

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How to Create a Custom Dip Molded or Dip Coated Part

When you look at dip molded stethoscope tubing or a dip coated plumbing fitting, you probably don’t think about the process that goes into making it. There is a thorough development process behind every custom dip molded or coated part – a process that ranges in time from hours to weeks. Here at Piper Plastics,

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What Types of Medical Products Are Made by Dip Molding?

Dip molding has become a popular manufacturing method for products in many industries. This popularity arises from the reliability and affordability of the process. The medical industry, in particular, uses dip molding for a number of medical products. In fact, it is fair to say that health care as we know it would not exist

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Dip Molding vs. Dip Coating

Although the terms “dip molding” and “dip coating” sound very similar and require the same materials, they are actually two different processes used to create and improve products in a variety of industries. Dip molding involves the dipping of a mandrel into a liquid polymer to create a new plastic product while dip coating involves

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Piper Receives Quality Award from Covidien

June 16th, 2014 – Jerusalem – Today, at Covidien’s “Quality begins with me” vendor forum, Piper Plastics Corp. was awarded the prestigious “Critical Difference Award” for quality. Piper manufactures very complex and precise dip moldings for use with Covidien’s patient monitoring solutions, which provide the only integrated, complete picture of a patient’s oxygenation and ventilation