Plastics are facilitating a new frontier of more types of outpatient treatments, less invasive procedures and longer lasting materials. Plus, antimicrobial plastics cut down on infections. If you’re looking for a healthier cost-effective alternative for medical materials, check out plastics!


  • Surgical instrument handles/grips
  • Dental instrument handles/grips
  • Orthopedic implants
  • Pacemaker leads
  • Endoscopic housing/eyepieces
  • Sterilization trays/caddies
  • X-ray and MRI parts
  • Dialysis machines housings
  • Respiratory units
  • Pharmaceutical production/packaging
  • Fluid distribution-valve housings/nozzles
  • IV and infusion devices
  • Diagnostic systems
  • Feeding tubes
  • Catheters


  • Low manufacturing costs
  • Low friction and wear
  • Lightweight
  • Resistant to high temperature, impact, and chemicals
  • Color coding options
  • Easy to create ergonomic designs
  • Maintains physical properties under thermal, chemical, or electrical stress
  • Good strength, toughness, and hardness
  • Can handle repeated sterilization
  • Antimicrobial options
  • Excellent wear properties
  • Low-friction performance
  • High purity
  • Meets health regulations
  • Meets precision dimensions
  • Abrasion and shatter resistant
  • Excellent thermal and oxidative stability


Our Solutions

The medical industry is heavily regulated, after all people’s lives are on the line. That’s why you need to choose a company who has the experience to ensure you have the best materials and construction that is safe, reliable and consistent from the beginning of your order to delivery.

Some previous work of ours includes custom lab equipment, guards, containers, machine parts, incubators, medical instrumentation, prototype equipment for laboratories and much more. Call us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales staff about your requirements.

Environmental and Safety

Considering the total carbon footprint, including costs of raw materials, manufacture, transport, fabricate, install, maintain, plastics compare favorably with more traditional materials. Also, plastics are safer to handle and install. When you consider that most plastics are readily recyclable, they can become the most environmentally responsible and safest choice for many demanding medical applications.