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Quintus' Special Delivery to Israel Firm & More Supplier News

Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of June 5.

Quintus Technologies said its Hot Isostatic Press (HIP) recently delivered to Israel’s T.A.G. Medical Products Corporation will ensure the production of implants and surgical tools with the optimal material properties required by the exacting environments in which they are used.

Rapidly ramping up to expand its product range and markets, T.A.G. Medical is widely acknowledged as a leader in the design and production of innovative, high-quality medical and dental solutions that improve surgical procedures.

 Advanced proprietary features such as High Pressure Heat Treatment (HPHT) and Uniform Rapid Quenching (URQ) enable the Quintus press model QIH 15L to produce finished MIM parts with maximum theoretical density, ductility, and fatigue resistance. Incorporating heat treatment and Quintus Technologies is the global leader in high pressure technology. The company designs, manufactures, installs, and supports high pressure systems in three main areas: densification of advanced materials; sheet metal forming; and high-pressure processing for food and beverage innovation, safety, and shelf life. Quintus has delivered more than 1,900 systems to customers across the globe within industries such as energy, medical implants, space, aerospace, automotive, and food processing. The company is headquartered in Västerås, Sweden, with a presence in 45 countries worldwide.

 

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