How To Choose a Medical Device Coating
Medical device manufacturing is complicated and advances in surface enhancements for medical devices, especially low friction hydrophilic coating, have greatly accelerated minimally invasive surgery’s growth.
When Choosing A Medical Device Coating, Consider:
Methods To Apply (Dip, Spray, UV or Heat Cure)
Quality and Testing Processes and Needed Equipment
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Medical Device Coatings
Harland Medical Systems was founded in 2003 to bring complete solutions to the healthcare surface enhancement market. Since that time we have completed hundreds of successful customer installations in medical device market segments from Cardiology to Neurology to Peripheral to Urology and many others.
Our primary offering is a 100% totally integrated solution set we call the 4M Framework™
Materials are specialty coating solutions formulated and optimized to effectively modify the surface of your healthcare products. Our materials include our Lubricent® UV cured Hydrophilic Coatings, Bacticent® Antimicrobial Coatings, and Tylicent® Primer Coatings. In addition, Harland offers Recharge™ Diluents to maximize the performance and economics of your coating program.
Surface Modification Coatings can be tailored to the optimum performance your device requires. Harland Methods services optimize the coating process to achieve this performance and then validate that process to prepare for production either at Harland Coating Services or in your facility.
Harland’s highly specialized contract manufacturing services implement processes that are efficient, reliable, and offer cost savings. Regular testing and reporting are conducted under ISO 13485 standards to ensure the quality of your product.
Our pre-engineered automated product platforms are designed and manufactured to meet the critical coating, testing, and processing requirements of the medical device, life sciences and pharmaceutical industries.