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Medical Tape & Materials

As an expert in the Medical Tapes and Material converting market, The Tape Lab team will help design and manufacture innovative solutions that will best meet your application requirements.

About Medical Tape & Materials

Whether you need skin-friendly materials or aggressive adhesives used in the actual construction of your device, we can help develop a cost-effective, reliable product that is easily applied by both clinicians and patients and that have met FDA regulations for direct skin contact.

Medical tapes and materials are biocompatible tapes & flexible materials, usually meeting BIOCOMP 10993 specs that are most commonly used in medical devices, wearables, wound care and wound closure, and consumer healthcare products. The Tape Lab offers a wide range of medical grade adhesives, films, nonwovens and wovens, foams, hydrogels, hydrocolloids, silicones and liners used in the production of medical devices, medical wearables, sensors, ostomy, draping, diagnostic lidding, microfluidics, transdermal patches and wound care or wound closure applications.

Medical Applications

Frequently Asked Questions

Medical tapes are used for a wide variety of applications usually associated with adhesives that stick to the human skin. These applications can range from holding a wearable device in place (such as a constant glucose monitor, CGM), holding IVs on the skin before, during or after a medical procedure, and wound closures.
Medical tape has many strengths of adhesive. There are silicone tapes that go one gentle and remove gently. These are good for infants, the elderly and for people with sensitive skin. There are also rubber and acrylic tapes that get a quick stick bond to the skin and have a very strong holding power, or sheer, and can stay on the skin for 14+ days.
Typically medical tapes are rubber, acrylic or silicone based tapes that offer a variety of adhesion levels depending on the application needs.

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