11 Mar 2022


PFAS are one of the main contributors to the technological progress achieved in the medical and pharmaceutical industries in recent years, and are now widely used in many of their sub-sectors. 

From sterilisation for laboratory equipment such as gowns and inert hoses, lubrification for minimally invasive medical robots, to low friction coefficient for intravenous catheters, PFAS provide the necessary properties to ensure human wellbeing, as well as significantly cut down on production costs across the medical and pharmaceutical domains.