Janco has been a provider of high quality RF sealing for medical products for years now, and it only make sense that we work to make the process better.
Dover, NH (PRWEB) July 22, 2010
A New Hampshire Based provider of RF Sealing for the medical industry, Janco Incorporated, has recently announced an initiative to provide an even higher level of service and precision for customers in the medical industry across the country who need radio frequency sealing for critical medical components such as air casts, hot and cold packs, and more.
According to company spokesman Phil Killer, “Janco has been a provider of high quality RF sealing for medical products for years now, and it only make sense that we work to make the process better.” Killer continues, “Our radio frequency sealing services provide medical customers with materials selection assistance, design, engineering services, and some of the newest equipment for radio frequency sealing.” Killer explains that it is all of these factors that, “contribute to an innovation of the technology that Janco Incorporated] feels significantly contributes to better medical products for healthcare professionals and, ultimately, their patients.”
RF sealing i s frequently used when two or more pieces of plastic need to be joined together so they overlap. Unlike rf heat sealing – RF sealing can be done much faster, and as Killer explains, “This drastically increases the production rate for RF sealing projects, which allows us to heat materials faster, come off the machine sooner, and allow us to do additional machining without having to wait.”
Janco has presented their innovation of radio frequency sealing at a variety of national trade shows on a number of occasions. They will again showcase their combination of industry experience and thermoforming expertise in expositions to be announced in the future.
Located in Dover, New Hampshire, Janco Incorporated is a precision supplier of radio frequency sealing for a number of industries, while focusing on the high precision needs of the medical industry. For more information, contact Phil Killer by calling 603.742.1581.