Medical Alloys and Materials
Deringer-Ney produces a variety of custom Platinum, Palladium and Gold based biocompatible materials. We also produce components for both long term implantable and interventional medical devices from these materials using our cold forming, micromachining and precision stamping processes.
Our alloys are used in applications ranging from lead electrodes for Cardiac Rhythm Management and Neurostimulation Devices to radiopaque marking components for visual identification (fluoroscopy) of catheter/guide wire location during interventional medical procedures.
We produce wire to <0.001 "(25 micron) and have recently installed new strip rolling equipment that will allow the production of strip materials to as low as 0.0005" (13 microns) in thickness.
We specialize in the creation of new medical alloys to meet specific requirements for mechanical strength, long term implantable biocompatibility and MRI compatibility. We are continuously developing new biomedical materials to provide solutions for new demanding medical applications.
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InVivo Paliney Palladium Alloys
InVivo Paliney Palladium Alloys.
Paliney® Invivo family of alloys
Did you know that Deringer-Ney invented a new Palladium alloy as a low cost replacement for Gold, Platinum Iridium and Platinum Tungsten for radiopaque marking applications on interventional catheters and guidewires? The new Paliney® Invivo family of alloys provide identical mechanical, radiopacity and biocompatible characteristics for less than ½ the cost of Platinum. Click here for more information.