Modern medicine does incredible things for human health. However, this requires a broad range of medical technology products that conform to the highest quality standards and which can fulfil their purpose inside or outside of the human body for many years.
Germany is one of the leading countries for medical technology. At Kirsch Kunststofftechnik GmbH, we support this excellent reputation by producing and milling high-quality surgical lights, control panels, covers and complete systems in various designs.
As a leading specialist in surface coating of transparent plastics, we apply various, reliable processes in this field. Abrasion-resistant coatings for medical devices among other things therefore form a key part of our activity. Our production site has its own clean rooms for this purpose.
At KIRSCH Kunststofftechnik, we have decades of experience in the production of medical technology. We specialise in implementing elaborate designs with outstanding visual quality. In line with this, we oversee the entire production and coating process for our customers in-house.
We apply special product coatings in our clean rooms so that they conform to high user requirements. We can use a flow coating or spraying process here. To harden the coating, we use both thermal and UV-based processes.
Our coatings not only make the transparent plastic components of medical devices more abrasion-resistant but also offer greater chemical resistance, making the use of disinfectants particularly simple, even on a daily basis. We can coat both plates and pre-shaped components.
When it comes to milling medical devices, Kirsch Kunststofftechnik is your reliable partner. Thanks to many years of experience, we understand exactly what is involved in producing medical devices. We offer high-precision milling with state-of-the-art machines.
Printing of medical devices plays an important role. We use both screen printing and digital printing processes for this and other applications.
This work also takes place in-house and so does not require third-party discussions. This avoids delays and additional transport requirements. Furthermore, your medical device is directly printed by a manufacturer who fully understands the material properties. This ensures that the best possible printing process is chosen.