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FET’s reputation rises in biomedical sector

Sep 20, 2021
FET’s reputation rises in biomedical sector

Leeds, UK

Fibre Extrusion Technology (FET) of Leeds, UK has delivered nine meltspinning systems to clients in the biomedical sector since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a similar number currently on order for 2021/22.

This confirms FET’s position as an acknowledged world leader in meltspinning equipment for the production of precursor materials used in medical devices and the default supplier for absorbable suture production systems, with orders virtually doubling year on year.

 

Richard Slack, Managing Director, FET said that, FET has a long tradition in the highly regulated biomedical sector and they believe that their experience is unrivalled. They have built a world leading reputation for melt spinning medical grade polymers in both synthetic resorbable and non-absorbable polymers and FET is now reaping the rewards of this initiative.

 

Recent installations include a multi-functional system that can produce both multifilament and monofilament pre-cursor fibres, but nonwoven systems have been particularly prominent, driven by the burgeoning demand for FFP3 masks, gowns and other medical products required during the pandemic. Research organisations have also invested in FET systems for biomedical applications.

 

The FET in-house Process Development Laboratory and ongoing collaboration with biomaterial polymer suppliers has helped to optimise the biomedical melt spinning technology. This Laboratory is at the disposal of customers for all aspects of confidential testing and evaluation. To further increase this competitive edge, FET will be opening a new Process Development Laboratory and Visitor Centre in early 2022.


Image Source: FET Press Release


Source: FET Press Release

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