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LLC "PMK" produces high-quality and durable titanium surgical instruments that meet modern requirements on instruments for high-tech operative therapy, microsurgery and general surgical procedure in all types of operating kits. The experimental design production was established in 2006 in the town of Pavlovo, Nizhny Novgorod region .

The production process is based on innovative technologies that make it possible to make production flexible, quickly restructuring, aimed at expanding the factory load of the range of titanium medical instruments and devices (implants, intraosseous fixators, internal prostheses).

At the request of the customer our specialists fulfill orders for producing of exclusive instruments using innovative technologies for titanium processing and , can produce surgical instruments of the required elasticity, appropriate pressure load and configuration without disrupting their functional properties.

LLC "PMK" conducted clinical investigations of titanium medical instruments in leading clinics of the Russian Federation. The specialists of all organizations gave favourable reviews.

All surgical instruments produced by LLC "PMK" have the 3 year guarantee.

Why should you buy titanium instruments?

Titanium is a unique metal. Due to its fascinating properties it is called the metal of the future. Titanium is used where a man wants to turn a dream into reality!

Advantages compared to stainless steel tools:

Titanium is light and has high tensile strength.

Titanium instruments are durable and can withstand repeated sterilization without sacrificing durability and quality of its edge or face.

Titanium is corrosion-resistant, non-ferrous, non-magnetic and bio-compatible.

Titanium instruments are anodized to provide a non-reflective surface, essential especially in microsurgical operations.

Titanium is 100% non-magnetic: compatible with MRI, has no adverse reaction in a joint application with other steel instrument or equipment.

The use of innovative "know-how" ways to reinforce titanium instruments with carbide-tipped plates excludes their fading and delamination.

The applied technologies of titanium processing make it possible to produce surgical instruments of the required elasticity, appropriate pressure load and configuration without disrupting their functional properties.

Why titanium instrument?

First, titanium is 40% lighter than stainless steel which reduces fatigue. A light surgical instrument is easier to handle especially during long surgical procedures or operations, or performing repetitive tasks. Titanium surgical instruments are more flexible than their stainless steel analogues. At the same time, titanium instruments are durable which allows them to be repeatedly sterilized without fearing for damaging the surface or cutting edge. Because titanium can be heated to 226 ° C (440 ° F), titanium surgical instruments can be repeatedly autoclaved.

 Titanium is a non-ferrous metal, it does not rust. It is resistant to corrosion even on contact with oxidizing agents (eg nitric acid), chlorides, seawater, industrial and organic chemical agents.

Buy titanium medical tools

Titanium is 100% non-magnetic, so it is compatible with MRI.

Titanium alloy naturally has a gray color but our products may be in different colors. In the process of staining there are no dyes or paints, instead we change the properties of the surface of titanium. The process is called anodizing as a result of which a titanium instrument is immersed in an electrolyte and an electric current is conducted. This creates a reaction with the surface of the titanium which changes the way the light is reflected back giving a colour sense. Blue is the most common color as it helps to reduce glare of microscopes and operating lamps.

Titanium is perfect to produce surgical instruments because they are lighter, sharper, more durable and easy to use.

Люготип ПМК

LLC "PMK" Pavlovo, Nizhny Novgorod Region, Russian Federation. Project development and production of titanium surgical instruments and devices.

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