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The Perfect Mix!

The Distek BIOne 1250 Bioprocess Control Station combined with IIS servo motion technology has revolutionised the benchtop scale bioreactors for both mammalian and microbial models.

Covid-19: the med tech bottlenecks

Several months into the Covid-19 outbreak, there are still pronounced global shortages of many essential medical devices and equipment, from personal protective gear to ventilators and test kits. Medical Technology identifies the bottlenecks that have been limiting their availability, from manufacturing challenges to regulatory issues.

LTCC Substrates

LTCC (Low-Temperature Co-fired Ceramic) is a multilayer capable substrate technology offering excellent RF and microwave performance characteristics. Its low sintering temperature (approximately 900°C) allows co-firing with highly conductive metals such as silver and gold.

Medical Vacuum Sizing Tanks

The patented design creates a vacuum through the use of a variable speed blower whose suction port is coupled to the air volume in the vacuum sizing compartment.

Micro Wires for Medical Components

Polyfil AG offers a large variety of high precision micro-fine wires and fine tubes for medical applications. These products are manufactured and delivered corresponding to the industry standards and customer-specific requirements.

Parylene on Demand

VSi’s Parylene On Demand solution provides the industry’s first complete parylene
production system designed for easy process integration.

Cyber Security – Healthcare’s Achilles’ Heel

It is becoming increasingly familiar to hear about medical devices connected to the internet, hospital networks and even other medical devices to improve healthcare and help healthcare providers treat patients.

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