“Biocoat has deep experience in the application of low friction hydrophilic coatings for catheters used in cardiovascular, neuromuscular, peripheral vascular and structural heart markets,” Steve Mason, VP of marketing and sales at Adam Spence, said. “The collaborative partnership will enable Adam Spence to offer Biocoat’s Hydak hydrophilic coating technology with out braided and cooled catheters and delivery systems.”
Through the collaboration, Adam Spence will develop and manufacture braid and coil reinforced delivery systems at its Wall, N.J. location while Biocoat will apply and test its low friction Hydak topcoat from its Horsham, Penn. facility.
“Biocoat is excited to be working with Adam Spence and collaborating to provide a seamless solution for delivering hydrophilic coatings for their braided and coiled catheters and delivery systems,” Jim Moran, president and CEO of Biocoat, said. “Our unique Hyaluronic hydrophilic coating provides superior lubricity and durability with the benefit of low particulates.”