Qosina touts new bioprocessing components

Qosina recently announced that it has a line of bioprocessing components that are in stock and ready for shipment. The new bioprocessing accessories include Pharmafluor tubing, barbed connectors and flanges, sanitary flanges, press-in barbed plugs and compression fittings. The accessories also include tube and flange clamps in a variety of sizes and colors that can be

Raumedic to install IT control systems for Industry 4.0 advancement

Raumedic has announced its new IT-based quality-assurance and production control system that is designed to help raise the quality of standards and efficiency of its production process. The system is set to be installed in all of Raumedic’s production facilities in Germany and the U.S. by 2019. The company recently reached an agreement with the

Raumedic to present at CPhl Worldwide

Raumedic will be present at the pharma tradeshow CPhl Worldwide in Frankfurt, Germany, for the first time in several years. The event is scheduled to take place from Oct. 24-26. The company will showcase a variety of polymer products and components to trade show attendees as well as drug delivery systems and packaging solutions. Raumedic

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics touting elastomers at MD&M Minneapolis

Minnesota Rubber and Plastics announced that it will be showcasing its Quniton materials and Qmonix elastomer at MD&M Minneapolis on Nov. 8–9. The Quniton materials are designed for medical developers who need high-performance lubricious materials with permanent, low coefficient of friction surface properties. It minimizes friction, wear and abrasion in medical valves, plungers, caps and

Dulas solar-powered refrigerators save vaccines in Myanmar

Dulas, a British solar refrigeration manufacturer, has completed a training program in Myanmar for Ministry of Health technicians as part of its supply package of its World Health Organization accredited VC200 Solar Direct Drive (SDD) vaccine refrigerators. The program was designed to help healthcare workers learn about the technology of the refrigerators to make sure

Enercon showcasing processor module at DeviceTalks Boston

Enercon Technologies helps turn ideas into products by offering product development, contract manufacturing and value-added services at its ISO-certified facilities in Maine. Enercon is able to follow a company through the contract manufacturing steps, from product design and engineering, through prototyping and volume manufacturing, to distribution, inventory management and service depot support. Featured technology: ET6SDL-1000D System

R&Q to tout regulatory consulting and more at DeviceTalks Boston

Regulatory and Quality Solutions LLC (R&Q) provides regulatory and quality consulting and engineering to medical device companies. From strategy to tactical implementation, R&Q partners with clients and seeks to enhance the commercialization and post-market processes for medical devices. Featured services: R&Q can support your transition from ISO 13485:2003 to ISO 13485:2016 with strategic planning to

Cadence touting microstamping and welding at DeviceTalks Boston

Cadence is a full-service contract manufacturer and supplier of advanced products, technologies and services to medical device, life science and industrial companies worldwide. Cadence specializes in products that require high-performance components that are difficult to manufacture, single-use products (such as precision hand tools) and consumable replacement parts for machinery. Featured technologies: Microstamping and complex laser welding Cadence specializes

GI Plastek expands in-house capabilities

GI Plastek (Wolfeboro, N.H.) – a specialist in large to medium complex molded products – announced this month that it has significantly expanded its in-house electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) shielding capabilities. GI Plastek’s new mechanized production paint line is housed in a new 9,000-square-foot paint facility. The paint line allows GI Platek

Schurter announces solid state SMD fuse for demanding applications

Schurter recently announced its new High Current Fuse (HCF), which it is touting as a robust SMD fuse. The High Current fuse uses solid-state, thin-film technology.  It has fast-reacting breaking capacity rated 1000 A at 125 VAC/ 125 VDC, over a current range of 5 A to 15A. Schurter (Santa Rosa, Calif.) says the HCF

Nexus IE creates catheter coating test system for BioInteractions

Product consultancy Nexus Intelligent Engineering (Nexus IE) has designed and developed a fully automated catheter coating test system for medical device coatings supplier BioInteractions. Nexus IE (Witchford, U.K.) designed the BIOFriC 1000 fto measure the coefficient of friction of coated catheters. The test system could have uses in both  medical R&D laboratories and product manufacturing

Fujifilm announces U.S. customer wins for Synapse imaging system

Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. said today that seven U.S. healthcare systems are picking up various products from the company’s Synapse enterprise imaging portfolio. The health systems includeHackensack Meridian Health and West Virginia University Health System – two of the largest healthcare networks in the mid-Atlantic region. Products bought include the Synapse 5 PACS, Synapse VNA, Synapse

Tekni-Plex touting tubing and compounds at Medtec China

Tekni-Plex’s business units will be presenting its latest medical device tubing and compounds at Medtec China. The event is scheduled to take place Sept. 20–22 in Shanghai, China. Natvar is touting its full line of precision-crafted tubing solutions. It will include Natvar’s newest microextrusion alternative for neurovascular interventional therapies and surgery. The microtubing capabilities also

Qosina offering plastisol Y connectors

Qosina is touting the variety of Y connectors it stocks that are made from plastisol, a material used to make flexible components. Plastisol, also known as liquid polyvinyl chloride (PVC), offers great flexibility, according to Qosina. The material is Class VI approved and BPA- and latex-free. The Y connectors are made through dip molding rather than traditional injection

This tiny diaphragm pump could enable medical device innovation

Fraunhofer researchers have created a tiny yet powerful diaphragm pump that can deliver ambient air to gas sensors. The sensors are attached to a smartphone that warns a user of heavy exposure to particulate matter. “Our smart pump measures only 25 sq mm, making it the world’s smallest pump. That said, it still has a