New cleanroom situated at the heart of hygiene

Published: 21-Apr-2016

The production of implantable medical devices has to be carried out in conditions of strictest hygiene. When device producer eucatech recently moved to bigger premises, Schilling Engineering helped the company to develop a new and more flexible cleanroom

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Eucatech, a company based in South Baden, Germany, develops and produces minimally invasive medical products for the treatment of vascular disease. Its highly sensitive products, such as heart catheters and stents, are used in cardiac and vascular surgery and are manufactured under the strictest of hygienic standards in cleanroom conditions. This high-tech company has developed a variety of products and coatings in the area of implant technology, placing it in a unique position worldwide, and has experienced continuous growth over the past few years.

At the end of 2015 the expanding company had to move premises because it had exhausted the expansion possibilities of its previous headquarters in Rheinfelden. In Weil am Rhein, also located in the Germany/Switzerland/France triangle, eucatech could purchase a building that provides for both the expanded space requirements of its current staff of 70, while still offering space for planned expansion in the future.

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