RBP Chemical Technology Will Be Exhibiting at the MD&M Show


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RBP Chemical Technology will be exhibiting at the MD&M Show taking place at the Minneapolis Convention Center, October 23-24. RBP continues to push the envelope with new developments in the cleaning, deoxidation and passivation of implantable medical devices. With over 25 years’ experience in the formulation of specialty processes, RBP’s scientists and engineers bring a wealth of technique and knowhow.

There is no problem too small for RBP to solve with either its extensive product portfolio or specialty processes. If there is no direct fit for you, RBP’s team will work side by side with you to develop a customized solution to meet your needs.

Whether you need to clean and electropolish Nitinol, stainless steel, titanium or cobalt chrome, RBP Chemical Technology has the tools to help you meet FDA requirements.  

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