Anomet Medical Clad Wire For Stents & Implantable Devices can Combine Several Critical Design Properties into a Single Wire

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Custom manufactured clad composite wire that can combine several properties into a single wire for all types of medical device manufacturers has been introduced by Anomet Products.

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Anomet Medical Clad Wire can combine up to three materials in order to meet specific design requirements, performance, and cost criteria.

This medical clad wire can be formulated to achieve various combinations of corrosion and wear resistance, strength, conductivity, formability, biocompatibility, radiopacity, and more.

Anomet Products has introduced custom manufactured clad composite wire that can combine several properties into a single wire for all types of medical device manufacturers.

Anomet Medical Clad Wire can combine up to three materials in order to meet specific design requirements, performance, and cost criteria; especially where solid wire is limited. Combining one or more precious metals and a core material into a single wire, this composite wire can be formulated to achieve various combinations of corrosion and wear resistance, strength, conductivity, formability, biocompatibility, radiopacity, and more.

Typical configurations of Anomet Medical Clad Wire for implantable devices include: Platinum-iridium clad tantalum, Platinum clad MP35N®, Silver cored MP35N®, 316LVM clad tantalum, Nitinol clad platinum, and Gold clad nitinol. These wires have a smooth consistent finish and can be manufactured in sizes from 0.002” to 0.125” O.D. with 2% or more cladding thickness.

Anomet Medical Clad Wire is priced according to configuration and quantity. Samples and price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

Anomet Products, Inc.
Daniel F. Lambert, Technical Marketing
830 Boston Turnpike
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
(857) 302-2523 FAX (508) 842-0847
e-mail: dlambert@anometproducts.com
http://www.anometproducts.com

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