3M is a global leader in the development and manufacture of sterilization and monitoring products, including small-chamber 100% ethylene oxide (EO) sterilizers. The company brings innovative technologies and products to the life sciences industry, including the first self-contained biological indicators and unit dose EO cartridges to enhance operator safety.
Thermetic Products Inc. is a manufacturer of medical coils, heating elements, 3-D printer heads, and engineered assemblies for the medical, aerospace, and plastics industries.
Koganei International America Inc. offers the world's smallest valve, less than 35 microliter dead volume rocker valve, PTFE, and an additional 512,000 products sold at more than 42 distributor locations coast to coast in North America, South America, Canada, and Mexico. High quality is the company's standard. Koganei's innovation is miniaturization.
Tru Tech Systems specializes in grinding precision round parts for the medical and small-component industries.
Kato Cable provides custom cable assemblies and complex wire harnesses for medical devices, power generation, specialty vehicles, power sports, and agricultural and industrial products. Its innovative manufacturing provides many Fortune 500 companies with complex assemblies that can survive in challenging operating environments. Capabilities include PPAP, rapid prototyping, production, service parts, braiding, overmolding, and on-board testing.
Plastics International is a global supplier of medical, engineering, and high-performance plastics in sheet, rod, tube, and film. Materials can be provided "cut to size" with three-dimensional finishing and fly-cutting capabilities for prototype and production applications. Stocking materials include Delrin, Noryl, nylon, PEEK, PVDF-Kynar, PTFE-Teflon, UHMW, Ultem, and more.
Peterson Enterprises works directly with medical device manufacturers throughout the entire component development process, from concept and prototypes (always with an eye toward scalability and commercialization) through production. It partners with manufacturers that are leaders in their market segments. Peterson selects appropriate manufacturers to work on a project based on their capabilities, material, and capacity to ensure project success.
In business since 1976, Hart Enterprises Inc. manufactures disposable special-application needles used for arterial access, biopsy, and spinal anesthesia, as well as components and custom medical devices. Manufacturing specialties include cutting, grinding, closing, forming, perforating, electropolishing, insert/injection molding, and packaging of company-made products. New capabilities include tipping catheters and molding hubs onto them.