Patent 7048819 Awarded for “Hot Air Lamination Chamber for Medical Catheters” which greatly improved the yield of catheter lamination processes.

May 2006:  Dale Henson, of San Jose CA, invented a means of re-circulating the hot air through two lamination areas and back through a central heater for precise temperature balance and accuracy.  Lamination processes that require high temperatures (up to 650o F) very close to the melt temperature can now be controlled without burning.  Proc...

May 2006:  Dale Henson, of San Jose CA, invented a means of re-circulating the hot air through two lamination areas and back through a central heater for precise temperature balance and accuracy.  Lamination processes that require high temperatures (up to 650o F) very close to the melt temperature can now be controlled without burning.  Process speeds are also increased over compressed air heating due to the 6″ long heating area.

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