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in a sterilised, controlled environment. If required, its engineers can provide specific quality documentation from first article to full IQ OQ PQ. Apple Rubber design engineers work with customers from prototype to production to ensure every product meets exact specifications. Its advanced 3D CAD and CAM technology allow it to provide custom in-house tooling for medical seal design and prototyping. With versatility to assist at any stage – from concept through seal validation – Apple Rubber engineers develop strong, reliable medical seals to withstand critical environments.


Apple Rubber www.applerubber.com


Simple pouches on demand


Just introduced to the market is the HS-250 pouch-making machine. Simple to use and compact in size, this machine is ideal for making pouches on demand. Just by changing the roll width and entering a new pouch length, customers can make a large variety of pouches as needed. The printer option provides unique serialisation, date and barcode. This unit can be set up to run on demand or in automatic mode, producing the quantity required. Making their own pouches means customers can always have what they need while eliminating the issue of overstock, which can help free up valuable inventory space. It is ideal for short runs. The compact size makes it perfect for those with limited space and even for those who need the machine for cleanroom applications. This unit will save money and alleviate many of the issues experienced by those who use pouches for their packaging needs, including frustration with suppliers and long lead times. The material is fed off a basic unwind through an optional printer and to the heat-sealing station. Impulse seal


AZCO’s HS-250, a pouch-making machine, is simple to use, compact and ideal for pouches on demand.


AZCO Corporation designs and manufactures units and components to feed and cut flexible materials used by medical device companies. It specialises in providing simple solutions for applications based on a building block concept. AZCO also helps companies worldwide and is ISO 9001:2015-certified, which ensures that its clients are receiving high-quality products. AZCO’s standard line of products includes tubing cutters, test strip cutters, cut-to-length knife assemblies, precision punches and desiccant dispensers.


technology provides excellent seal quality. The material is then fed and cut to length. The HS-250 is electrically driven and will operate on 110 or 230V, 50 or 60 cycles.


AZCO Corporation www.azcocorp.com


From concept to solution


Backer Calesco develops new products and solutions in close cooperation with its customers, transforming client requests into working solutions. The process is successfully achieved through a combination of the company’s broad experience, advanced


Medical Device Developments / www.nsmedicaldevices.com


Backer Calesco’s heating products, together with its control devices, offer complete solutions.


design tools and efficient production capabilities. Backer Calesco supports many segments of the life sciences and medical industries, offering a variety of heating options. By understanding that new tools and equipment are integral parts of advancing the industry to make scientific discoveries, and recognising the importance of technological advancements, Backer Calesco is able to develop and design heating solutions that work in the medical field. Its expertise regarding heating products allow it to produce heaters that can meet individual heating specifications. Moreover, among Backer Calesco’s customers are globally recognised companies. Typical applications include:


■ surgical tables and beds ■ sterilisation equipment ■ research equipment for laboratories


■ autoclaves ■ DNA analysis ■ respirators ■ incubators.


In conjunction with Backer Calesco’s foil-heating elements, it is usually necessary to arrange some form of control to ensure that the desired temperature is maintained. A foil element has a tiny mass and is quickly heated, so accurate temperature control is needed. This can be achieved in many different ways, depending on a customers’ needs. Backer Calesco can confidently design and fit thermal-management systems


(such as rigid/flex PCB controllers), a negative temperature coefficient, thermostats, temperature fuses and sensors directly to elements, in accordance with customer specifications. This helps to ensure reliable control.


Backer Calesco www.backercalesco.com


Down to the wire


CWT offers micro-coiling services for wire used in medical device parts.


In a world where wireless dominates discussions about technological advancement, the lowly wire is easily forgotten. However, in the medical device industry, it is an essential component in the development and manufacturing of life- saving equipment. US-based Custom Wire


Technologies (CWT) is a leading medical device original equipment manufacturer (OEM), with experience in diagnostic and interventional guidewires. As the company’s name suggests, it is equipped to customise its wire products for a variety of applications, such as guidewire coils and assemblies, Kirschner wires and profile ground-custom tubing. Many of CWT’s clients are OEMs providing innovative solutions to their customers, and the company is continually searching for new tools to improve minimally invasive procedures. With this demand in mind, CWT also provides services such as coiling (custom coils, continuous coils and reinforcement coils), wire


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