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Cath-Tech Reflows

OVERVIEW


At R&D Engineering, we use a signature convection heating process that provides superior results. The Cath-Tech Reflow machine is designed to support your catheter production with more consistency, increase overall production while at the same time cutting down on scrap and operator involvement.

The Cath-Tech Reflow machine creates uniform tubing for all of your catheter assembly pieces. Using R&D designed technology, we use a precise amount of heat to uniformly seal different sized tubing to make one solid piece of tubing.

These machines are available with heads up to 12″ in standard frame size, but can be customized to your desired size and chamber. Customization of machines is available with auto load, auto load, clam shell, counter weight, security features (light door)\loading elevators, etc.

  • Reflow machines are best used for with materials containing P Back, Nylon, and/or T back machines.
  • Machines are capable of processing catheters as low as 0.01 mm per minute.
  • Lead time for production of machines ranges, depending on availability, anywhere from 10 days to 6-8 weeks. Expedition of products is available.

Chamber Reflow

The CT Reflow Chamber machine is R&D Engineering’s standard machine that delivers strictly controlled and conventional heated chamber while navigating down tubing at a precise and regulated speed. This machine provides high repeatable and uniform lamination's of medium to long-length catheter shafts

Clam Shell Reflow

The CT Reflow Clam machine differs from CT Reflow Chamber machine because of its ability to be programmed to skip over various parts of a catheter assembly, therefore removing heat from designated parts of the catheter.

Roller Reflow

4-8 chambers - continuous feeding product, enabling quick transition between loads by operator. Simple control, compact, only good for product that is a bit bigger, not suitable for micro wall systems less than <2000 of an inch.