Backed by science and rigorously tested, DuPont silicones, adhesives, resins, elastomers, and coatings enhance the performance of medical devices that improve the lives of millions. Our technology also enables medical device fabrication, transdermal drug delivery, wound care, and more.
We are a globally-recognized leader in silicone-based technology for biopharmaceutical processing through the legacy of Dow Corning brands and technical experts. We now offer one of the most expansive lines of silicone tubing and over-molded assemblies for ultra-pure fluid transport of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical drug products.
We collaborate with pharmaceutical customers to tailor adhesive solutions for drug delivery systems that target diseases and provide pain management. We also provide topical products that address scars, acne, and other skin conditions to exceed consumer expectations for better health and personalized care.
In addition to Dow Corning™ branded medical grade silicones, the DuPont polymer portfolio includes Special Control (SC) and Premium Control (PC) grade that are differentiated by a greater degree of testing, manufacturing control, and regulatory support.
Provides high adhesion, extended wear, and painless repositioning for load-bearing medical devices.Learn More
Lubricates and siliconizes glass, metals, plastic, and rubber, and is used as a demolding agent.Learn More
A series of two-part platinum, catalyzed silicone elastomers specifically designed for medical devices and components.Learn More
Translucent, platinum-cured silicone tubing made for transferring of ultra-pure liquids, air, or steam.Learn More
Ideal for pumping applications that require long-term delivery of fluids.Learn More
For ultra-pure transfer applications in biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.Learn More
Pressure sensitive adhesives designed to adhere transdermal drug delivery systems to the skin.Learn More
A water-dilutable, nonionic emulsion containing 30% simethicone by weight.Learn More
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How new technology broadens medical device materials and design options.
Continuous manufacturing is expected to prevail in the next 10 years and impact the requirements for single-use systems.