Medical

Flexible plastic corrugated tubing is commonly found on medical equipment such as ventilators, respirators as well as devices for anesthesia and sleep apnea. Depending on the application, plastic medical tubing can be either disposable or re-usable.

Commonly used materials for medical applications include polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP). Medical tubing can be produced in a variety of configurations, including:

  • Corrugated or smooth inner wall
  • Tapered profile
  • Expandable/collapsible

Corma’s high speed corrugators are capable of producing medical corrugated tubing with cuffs designed to our customer’s specifications for compatibility with the required connectors and fittings.

Model 054

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Following the success of the 053 Series, the new versatile Model 054 Future Generation Corrugator has double the pipe range without increasing the footprint. Corma offers standard systems capable of producing pipes of virtually all sizes, from extremely small pipes with inside diameter measuring as little as 1 mm (0.040 in.) to enormous pipes with outside diameters measuring as much as 3000 mm (120 in.). Corma supplies Single Wall, Double Wall, Triple Wall, Rib Pipe, and Ultra Rib production systems as complete turnkey installations or as individual components.

Model 130

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Some of the advantages of Corma Corrugators that have made the Model 130 series a best seller, the world over: Corma offers standard systems capable of producing pipes of virtually all sizes, from extremely small pipes with inside diameter measuring as little as 1 mm (0.040 in.) to enormous pipes with outside diameters measuring as much as 3000 mm (120 in.). Corma supplies Single Wall, Double Wall, Triple Wall, Rib Pipe, and Ultra Rib production systems as complete turnkey installations or as individual components.