DUKE Extrusion’s skived tubing is specially designed to provide access to one or more of the individual lumens within a single- or multi-lumen tubing configuration. Skived tubing is commonly used in Rx catheter designs and other applications where guide wires or actuation cable exit the tube shaft.
Custom Skived Tubing Made to Your Specifications
Our skived tubing can be custom-tailored to meet your application and performance requirements. Options for skived tubing include, but are not limited to, the following.
- Skived exit ports can be provided at either end (or both ends) of the tubing
- Skiving can be added at the proximal end of tubing to provide access to lumens for luer port attachments, guide wire channels, or wire pull exits for deflectable catheter shafts
- Proximal end-skiving can also be used to provide fluid-tight seals for actuating components
- Skived tubing can include braid or coil reinforcements within tube walls. Skiving can go through the reinforcements, or reinforcement can be terminated to allow the skiving to create an exit along the tubing’s non-reinforced length.
The length, depth, and circumferential location of skiving can all be specified to create custom skived tubing that matches your unique specifications.
Request a quote on skived tubing for catheters or other medical applications.
Contact DUKE Extrusion for more information on our skived tubing capabilities.