Harland Medical Systems Showcases Integrated Medical Coating Solutions at BIOMEDevice 2016

Harland Medical Systems Showcases Integrated Medical Coating Solutions at BIOMEDevice 2016

Visit booth 1209 to learn more about our hydrophilic coating with new capability for challenging substrates

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN (November 30, 2016) – Harland will showcase the latest coating solutions for medical devices at the upcoming BIOMEDevice 2016 event in San Jose, California December 7-8. Harland’s coating solutions are a perfect fit for medical devices throughout various clinical markets. Harland offers comprehensive coating programs that include state-of-the-art coating materials, methods development, coating machines and manufacturing services to meet customer requirements.

Visit the booth to learn more about our Lubricent® Hydrophilic Coatings that are now optimized for polyethylene and other challenging substrates. Lubricent UV Hydrophilic Coating reduces friction forces as much as 98% compared with an uncoated device surface. This enhanced surface performance increases the device’s ability to navigate through tortuous anatomical pathways, improves device control, reduces tissue damage and adds to patient comfort.

BIOMEDevice San Jose showcases emerging trends and innovations that will set the tone for the biomed industry in 2017 and beyond. The conference offers training on digital device trends and exploring effective ways to overcome barriers to market entry, all in a two-day Connected Health Device Development Summit. With thousands of attendees, more than 300 leading exhibitors, and numerous thought leaders set to meet face-to-face, BIOMEDevice San Jose is a must-attend opportunity for medtech professionals to accelerate industry knowledge and network.

About Harland Medical
Harland Medical Systems provides medical device coatings, automated coating and testing equipment, contract coating services and laser marking systems. Coatings include hydrophilic antimicrobial and drug delivery coatings. Automated coaters include surface preparation, dip, and cure processes for quantities of a few parts per day up to tens of millions of parts per year.

Stacy Hoge
Marketing Communications Manager
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