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Deringer-Ney To Exhibit and Lecture on Precious Metal and Electrical Contacts at the 2018 COMPAMED Trade Fair

 

Bloomfield, CT / November 9, 2018 / Deringer-Ney Inc. in Bloomfield, Connecticut, has announced that they will be exhibiting at the COMPAMED Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany, from November 12th – 15th, 2018. The Deringer-Ney booth will be located in Hall 8A, Stand H14.

Matt Willson, VP of Sales and Marketing for Deringer-Ney, says, "As part of the COMPAMED Suppliers Forum hosted by DeviceMed, Dr. Peter Hale of Deringer-Ney will present a technical talk titled 'Precious Metal and Electrical Contacts'. We’re very excited to take part in the forum.” 

Matt states that Dr. Hale had been part of the Deringer-Ney team for 12 years and has held the positions of Senior Research Metallurgist, Manager of Advanced Technology, and currently, Manager of Applications and Product Development. His presentation will be on November 14th at 12:10pm in Hall 8B, Stand G40.

The COMPAMED Suppliers Forum discusses a broad range of topics important to the medical device industry.  On Monday, November 12, Bernie Stritzke with Qure Medical will speak on silicone versus TPE and give insights into the properties and capabilities of the two. Thor Rollins with Nelson Laboratories LLC is set to speak in the late morning about the changing regulations and how they can affect biocompatibility evaluations.  Monday afternoon will have a special session on “Additive Manufacturing”. 

Tuesday's agenda includes lectures on packaging and technologies to protect medical electronics. A late morning lecture will focus on changes in biocompatibility test strategies and the impacts that they will have on medical device manufacturers around the world.

Wednesday lectures include labeling practices, the precious metal and electrical contacts lecture by Peter Hale of Deringer-Ney, as well as an introduction to laser driven light sources and their applications. Those who are interested can view the entire agenda for the forum, including their times and locations. Currently, the languages of the lectures and presentations are set to be provided in German or English.

The annual forum is organized by DeviceMed, which is the leading German trade magazine. The magazine is designed for manufacturers of medical technology products. Those who are interested in learning more about the forum and the annual event, can visit Compamed-tradefair.com.

Deringer-Ney designs and manufactures custom precious metal alloys and components for the medical device market. Applications for Deringer-Ney biocompatible metal alloys include parts used in pacemakers, radiopaque markers for cardiovascular procedures, components used in intravascular medicine, electronic components in hand-held medical devices, and dental implants.  Deringer-Ney specializes in a wide range of processes for producing ultra-small, precision components.  Capabilities include cold forming and cold heading, precision stamping, high speed machining, wire forming, wire EDM, and plastic injection molding.

Those interested in learning more about Deringer-Ney’s capabilities and history can visit the company online at DeringerNey.com.