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Borouge offers a dedicated grade range of Bormed™ polyolefins, designed to meet the challenging needs of the healthcare sector. Bormed™ includes both polyethylene and polypropylene grades for rigid and flexible products, ensuring a consistent approach to the medical and healthcare market, independent of conversion technology or polymer type.

The broad Bormed™ grade range meets the technical requirements of a wide variety of end-uses, including medical and diagnostics devices and pharmaceutical packaging.

Besides its superior technical performance, the Bormed™ product range meets the challenging service requirements of the healthcare industry. We are committed to producing polypropylene and polyethylene of the highest possible quality and to meeting the strictest requirements of our customers.

Bormed™ offers stability, reliability, traceability, consistency and continuity. For more information on our full Bormed™ product range see our Summary Data Sheet.        

The BormedTM Concept 

The Bormed™ Concept ensures that the customer’s healthcare business is carried out in a reliable and meaningful way with respect to the needs of the industry. Going beyond pharmacopeia compliance documentation and technical service, the Bormed Concept gathers insights from value chain partners and incorporates these into all Bormed processes, from product conception to production, procurement, support and distribution. It is based upon on the principles of Service, Commitment and Conformance. 


Medical and diagnostics devices

medical devices  

The versatility of polypropylene and polyethylene, combined with their cost competitiveness and easy shaping during conversion, makes them the first choice for applications such as syringes, catheters, needle hubs, needle protectors, inhalers and filter housings.

Changes in the requirements of medical devices, such as high transparency, sterilisation by steam and radiation, as well as highly complicated moulds and shapes, encourage polyolefin producers to develop new materials. The right choice of material is essential to securing the application and its content, thereby safeguarding the life of the patient.

Pharmaceutical packaging

medical devices

From a regulatory requirement perspective, the pharmaceutical and diagnostic packaging market can be divided into primary and secondary packaging.

Primary packaging comes in direct contact with the active substance, and includes:

  • Blister packs

  • Fluid bags

  • Pouches

  • Bottles

  • Vials

  • Ampoules

Secondary packaging includes every part of the total concept or medical device that does not come in direct contact with the packed drug or fluid.

With our dedicated range of polyolefins, we offer materials for use in different primary pharmaceutical and diagnostic packaging applications. 

Bormed™ solutions for BFS applications

pharmaceutical packaging

Blow-fill-seal (BFS) technology is widely used for the sterile filling of polyethylene and polypropylene containers for parenteral preparations and infusions, eye drops, and inhalation products.

Generally, Bormed™ LDPE an additive free Low Density Polyethylene are typically used for these blow moulded healthcare containers. LDPE is characterised with a balanced flexibility to facilitate the collapsibility of containers. Bormed LDPE can be sterilized by steam, ethylene oxide, gamma radiation, or radiation up to 35 kGy.​

The soft polypropylene resin, Bormed™ SB815MO, with a unique property balance, can be used to produce fully self-collapsible IV containers, similar to LDPE,  and is pharmacopeia compliant. On top of that, IV containers made from this soft PP resin, Bormed SB815MO, are autoclave sterilisable at 121°C, as polypropylene has greater thermostability than polyethylene. 

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