Life-changing medical solutions

With over 200 different alloys as standard, as well as custom-made alloys, created on request, we have one of the widest offers on the market. We provide a broad range in stainless steels, precious metals and bio-compatible alloys in wire and wire-based components, tubes and stainless strip steels.

We work with our customers to design, develop, and deliver customized solutions. Together, we can design a process and a product that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Let us inspire your innovation – whatever your product, Alleima has a material to suit.

Medical wire and wire-based components

Our comprehensive range of high-grade fine wires and wire-based components are used for applications in various fields of medical technology such as vascular therapy, sensing, and neurostimulation. They are used to sense, stimulate, or transmit signals within the human body or to a receiver outside the body such as a mobile device.

Typical applications are:

  • Cardiovascular applications such as pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators, Fractional Flow Reserve, and heart health monitors
  • Continuous glucose monitors for persons with diabetes to measure blood sugar levels
  • Cochlear implants for people with sensorineural hearing loss.
  • Deep brain stimulation for people with Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, or other motion disorders.
  • Electromyography (EMG) for people with muscle weakness or numbness due to muscle and/or nerve dysfunction.
  • Nitinol instruments for endoscopy and soft robotics and implants.

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Medical tubes

We offer ultra-fine tubes and tubes in larger dimensions for medical applications. In addition, our medical tubes cover tubes for cardiovascular, neurological, and diagnostic applications, dental and surgical instruments as well as medical tubes for reconstruction, trauma, and spinal use.

Medical strip steel

The medical field puts extremely tough demands on stainless steels. Alleima advanced strip steel meets them all. Our product offering includes a wide range of stainless steels to meet the requirements called for in the medical field.

Examples of our medical strip steel offerings are surgical bone saws, scalpels, implant materials, ophthalmic knives, microtome blades, blades for hair transplants, MRI scanner components, dental clamps, and medical membranes.

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Ultra-fine medical wire

We develop, manufacture, and refine ultra-fine medical wire specifically for medical devices.

Medical tubes

Applications include medical reconstruction, trauma, dental and surgical tools as well as cardiovascular and diagnostics.

Medical strip steel

Strip steel is used in a range of medical devices, including bone saws, surgical instruments, orthopedic implants, and microtome blades.

Nitinol processing

Alleima has unique experience in nitinol processing to shape nitinol instruments for endoscopy, soft robotics, and implants.

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