Vacuum Heat Treating

Norwood Medical Vacuum Heat Treating

Norwood Medical’s facilities are equipped with vacuum furnaces to “heat treat” metallic medical components in order to achieve optimum hardness and durability. In vacuum heat treating, the vacuum process removes the oxygen from the furnace to prevent the oxidation that occurs when metals are heated to high temperatures. The vacuum furnace precisely controls heating at pre-determined temperatures ranging from 1,700–2,200°F.

By optimizing the hardness of the component, we can ensure that the medical implant or instrument retains its structural integrity throughout its life cycle — providing optimum safety and functionality for the patient.

Vacuum heat treating is just one of the techniques Norwood Medical has in place to provide our customers with comprehensive medical device manufacturing capabilities. Our Quality and Engineering groups work closely together to integrate these processes into the production life cycle to ensure that each medical device is made to the highest quality standards. If you are looking for a full-service contract manufacturer for your medical devices, Norwood Medical is that supplier.

Medical Device Manufacturer

Medical Device Manufacturer

Norwood Medical focuses exclusively on medical device manufacturing. We have over 40 years experience helping customers deliver innovative products to market with speed and lean manufacturing practices.

  • Vertically integrated to solve problems quickly
  • Focused quality processes assure excellence

In an industry that demands the highest precision to ensure the safety and wellness of medical patients, Norwood Medical understands and accepts its critical role in this supply chain.

Advancing Orthopaedic Care

Advancing Orthopaedic Care

We help companies advance the practice of orthopaedic care by manufacturing components, implants and instruments at the highest standards.
We manufacture medical devices for the following procedures:

  • Arthroscopic
  • Spinal
  • Trauma Surgery
  • Joint Reconstruction

To learn more about how our advancements in Orthopaedic Care, contact us today.