Medical Coating System
Ultrasonic nozzles are particularly suitable for a wide range of medical coating applications due to their very precise, non-blocking, repeatable spray performance and extremely low flow rate capability. For several years, Cheersonic has been providing ultrasonic coating equipment to medical device manufacturers worldwide. As medical device technology evolves, we will continue to design unique medical coating ultrasonic spray solutions to enhance patient safety and provide the highest quality medical device coating on the market.
Antibacterial Coating On Medical Bandages And Textile Coatings
Ultrasonic medical coating systems have been used to apply a variety of antimicrobial or other coatings to topical wound care dressings, implantable wound dressings, hemostatic patches, and medical gauze. Applying coatings such as clotting agents, anesthetics, thrombin, steroids, antimicrobials, antibacterials, antibiotics and other drugs to medical textiles helps reduce rejection, inflammation and infection, promotes biocompatibility and Quickly heal and relieve pain.
Syringe Barrel And Blood Collection Tube Coating
Ultrasonic atomizing nozzles have long been recognized as an excellent preparation technique for syringes and blood collection tubes. The ultrasonic spray system can be applied by atomizing spray coagulation activator, anticoagulant, silica, citrate glucose. Ultrasonic spray equipment can be designed for high volume production lines. The unique shape design allows nozzles to be placed in the blood collection tube, and the production line processes up to 10,000 tubes per hour. The ultrasonic coating equipment designed by Cheersonic has precise fine-tuning to produce a smaller droplet distribution for consistent production results and fast drying.
Ultrasonic Stent Coating Systems
Ultrasonic spray systems have been used to spray anti-restenosis polymers onto the surface of implantable stents. Ultrasonic nozzles facilitate the penetration of complex geometries and ensure complete coverage of all post surfaces. Pressure sprays and air atomizers do not coat coatings as uniformly as ultrasonic spray systems. Coatings coated with ultrasonic waves are much thinner than those coated by dip coating, saving spray material. Since the ultrasonic nozzle is a non-clogging device, the quality of the spray is not damaged over time.
Ultrasonic Catheter Spraying
Solution catheter coatings with lubrication, antibacterial, hydrophilic, antithrombotic or anti-tumor can reduce the risk of complications such as infection, blood clots, inflammation and tissue trauma by slow release of the drug or permanent ultra-thin film coating. A catheter coating or application of an adhesive coating for reducing friction or changing the surface morphology can also be accomplished with an ultrasonic spray apparatus. Ultrasonic spraying has been shown to reduce these risks by slowly releasing drugs or long-lasting ultra-high molecular polymers.
Ultrasonic Nozzle Advantages:
• Excellent uniformity
• Self-cleaning, ultrasonic nozzles prevent blockage
• Minimal repair and downtime
• Highly controllable spray produces reliable, consistent results
• Corrosion resistant titanium and stainless steel construction
• Ultrasonic nozzles can be sprayed on typical solvents and polymers for medical coatings
• Highly controllable and repeatable spray technology
• Ability to spray at flow rates as low as 5 microliters per minute
• The droplet size is as small as 13 microns (aqueous) and the droplets are very densely distributed
• Low speed spray adheres to the bracket without overspray, avoids overspray (reduces waste), and reduces material consumption by up to 80%
• Highly durable coating does not peel off
Ultrasonic Spray For Medical Coating Applications Including:
• Medical device coating
• Medical textiles / bandages
• Blood collection tube and syringe
• Diagnostic equipment coating
• Orthopedic implants
• Guide wire
• Antibacterial coating
• Drug-eluting heart, peripheral and arterial stents
• Drug eluting balloon
• Blood collection tube and syringe
• Drug spray drying
• Protein, enzyme and reagent coatings