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VELOX and Solvay Announce Distribution Partnership

VELOX GmbH is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Solvay, a leading global supplier of specialty polymers, headquartered in Brussels.

VELOX will be distributing the healthcare grades of Ixef® PARA, a special polyarylamide containing 50 % glass fibres and best-suited for the development of medical devices as single-use surgical tools.

“We are very pleased to have gained Solvay, a world-renowned company, as our partner and are looking forward to a very successful cooperation”, says François Minec, General Manager at VELOX. “With Ixef® PARA we have added a unique product to our medical plastics portfolio, complementing our already wide range of speciality products.”

“VELOX is very experienced in the medical and pharmaceutical plastics market in Europe and has established a versatile, sustainable network. We are full of trust in this partnership and are looking forward to it”, comments Daniel Stoecker, Channel Partners Manager EMEA, at Solvay.

Ixef® PARA is best-suited for the development of complex parts requiring both strength and a smooth, beautiful surface. Even with glass loadings of 50%, the material ensures a high-gloss, glass-free finish. As a very high-flow resin, Ixef® PARA can fill walls as thin as 0.5 mm.

“This unique product has great mechanical properties perfect for metal replacement, for instance in single-use instruments”, highlights Anja Flossbach, Product Manager for Ixef® PARA at VELOX. Operators can thereby eliminate central service costs associated with the sterilization of reusable instruments. Further benefits are weight reduction and accordingly cost savings as well as a great level of design freedom.

Ixef® PARA is biocompatible according to ISO 10993. VELOX offers the material in different gamma stabilised colours.

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