Ferriot Inc. is a full-service provider of enclosures and encasements for medical equipment.
With more than 30 years of demonstrated experience in this sector, Ferriot’s engineering team understands the sophisticated demands of an industry with a high degree of oversight.
Our engineers can design complex enclosures and develop special-purpose outer surfaces for whatever performance is necessary in a medical environment. We take products and components from concept to finished manufacturing — starting with mold design and engineered resin selection, to finished product production, complete with decorative finishes and branding.
Our total quality-management program ensures documented inspections and traceability by lot when required.
Examples of Ferriot medical solutions include:
- Special resin selection and part design for lens encasements through which light can beam, achieving important performance criteria
- Shielding that protects a device from radio frequency interference (RFI) and the outside environment from electromagnetic interference (EMI)
- Outer surfaces that withstand hospital-strength cleaning products
- Mobile arms that extend from medical devices
- Filters to protect hospital vacuum systems from contamination
Call us to learn more about Ferriot’s ability to innovate advanced technologies and engineering solutions, such as:
- High specific gravity resins to replace lead
- Electronically conductive resins, with conductivity built into the plastics to substitute for EMI/RFI shielding
See our case studies to learn more about the unique Ferriot solutions for medical device makers.
- CASE STUDY : Custom Mold Manufacturing for Infusion Pumps
- CASE STUDY : Finishing Operations for Wheelchair Components
- CASE STUDY : Finishing Operations for Fluid-Injection Pumps
Contract Manufacturing allows medical OEMs to focus on their core competencies and let another company perform the details of the actual product build.
Each injection molding project has its own unique set of challenges, such as choosing a resin that balances high performance with the unique demands of the medical industry: compliance to FDA approval, rigorous inspection, lot traceability and more. Although there is no single “right” approach to selecting a resin for your next injection molding project, here are some tips and tricks that can simplify the process, as well as some traps to avoid.