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Ceramics
Wales materials facility established to support medical imaging
Ceramics : 27 January, 2014
A new facility for providing advanced materials to cope with high magnetic fields generated by medical imaging systems has been set up in Wales
 
Innovnano scales-up nanostructured powders production
Ceramics : 29 July, 2013
Innovnano invests in a hightech, brand new facility for production of its nanostructured powders, including 3 and 4 mol percent yttria stabilised zirconia (YSZ).
 
High performance ceramic delivers increased life-span of orthopaedic implants
Ceramics : 23 May, 2013
Innovnano, a manufacturer of high performance ceramic powder, develops 3 mol percent yttria stabilised zirconia powder (3YSZ) - an advanced technical ceramic with medical device applications.
 
C5 Medical Werks begins production of ceramic injection moulded components at Colorado facility
Ceramics : 10 October, 2008
C5 Medical Werks, a subsidiary of the largest manufacturer of technical ceramics in North America, is now able to produce ceramic injection moulded (CIM) components from its state-of-the-art facility in Grand Junction, Colorado, USA.
 
C5 prepares for international growth with new ceramic dental components
Ceramics : 13 May, 2008
C5 Medical Werks has submitted a 510(k) pre-market notification to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its new technical ceramic dental component, ZirDent CAD/CAM Blocks.
 
Smith & Nephew’s Oxinium oxidised zirconium technology receives regulatory approval in Japan
Ceramics : 04 March, 2008
Smith & Nephew’s Orthopaedic Reconstruction business has received Japanese regulatory approval for its award winning Oxinium oxidised zirconium technology.
 
New large diameter ceramic offers improved hip joint stability
Ceramics : 19 April, 2007
Morgan Advanced Ceramics (MAC) has launched a range of 36mm diameter HIP Vitox alumina ceramic femoral heads and acetabular cups.
 
 
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