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Qosina announces ISO 22301 certification
Nordson MEDICAL's Divert™ Stopcocks are precision designed and manufactured to industry-leading tolerances specifically for applications like drug delivery and dispensing.
PET heat shrink tubing is a versatile addition to your design toolbox. It combines incredible strength and durability with ultra-thin walls, and can be drawn-down while maintaining its strength.
Since opening the first Nordson MEDICAL interventional technology facility in 1989, we've been strategically expanding our capabilities to offer customers complete medical device solutions.
Nordson MEDICAL's Instrument Tees work well with existing pharmaceutical instrumentation and are available in 1/2" and 1" tubing IDs.
Two component epoxy, Master Bond EP88FL, is a highly flexible, optically clear compound formulated for bonding, coating, sealing, potting and encapsulation. It is easy to use, with a mixing ratio of one to one by weight or volume.
Qosina announces release of its latest full-line product catalog
Headquarters Plant and Elbridge Plant
Teleflex Medical OEM, a leading provider of medical device development and manufacturing services, announces two state-of-the-art EPIC Medtec™ Centers located in Mansfield, Massachusetts and Maple Grove, Minnesota.
Leading Contract Manufacturer Announces Second Expansion in Three Years for Advanced Manufacturing Facility
KNF announces a new liquid diaphragm pump
Qosina announces the release of a new white paper
MTD Micro Molding has developed a Quick Launch Program for advanced medical micro molding
Dymax announces the appointment of Dave Koppenhaver as Americas Director of Sales
Innovative clean room design for custom medical device manufacturing
New advanced manufacturing facility spotlights company's two decades of growth
Acquisition will include full suite of mounting card solutions and 25,000 square feet of cleanroom manufacturing
Cell and gene therapy are the next revolution in improving the primary treatment of genetic diseases by replacing the cells or missing proteins causing the symptoms. They treat diseases at different microscopic levels of the body.
Today's medical balloons are thinner, stronger, and smaller than ever before. The trend toward minimally invasive procedures has been the driving force behind the development of smaller, more complex catheter-based devices.
A wide variety of Nordson MEDICAL's luers, tube-to-tube fittings and quick disconnects are used to connect reagent and manage fluids within simple to advanced in vitro equipment for diagnosis.