To create the most innovative solutions for the medical industry, we use the world's most advanced materials
Thanks to close relationships with top global suppliers, we can keep you up to date on all the latest materials, and identify the best ones for your medical device packaging, medical device components, and medical products. And if that exact material doesn't exist, we'll work with you to create it. We offer great expertise in closed cell and open cell foams, specialty films, fabrics, rigid plastics, and adhesives. And we specialize in creating innovative combinations of materials to deliver the precise characteristics you need.
As one of the largest medical grade foam fabricators in North America, we have access to an array of medical grade closed-cell and open-cell foams including polyethylene, cross-linked polyethylene, polyurethane and reticulated polyurethane.
Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) films are used extensively in the medical industry for protecting orthopedic implants, surgical instruments, and surgical screws packaged within a sterile barrier system. TPU films offer excellent water, fungus and abrasion resistance.
UFP Technologies has extensive experience in creating custom medical products and components such as neck braces, wrist casts and other positioning devices using woven and nonwoven fabric composites. Our ability to combine fabrics with medical foams and other specialty materials gives us the capabilities to design unique solutions.
UFP Technologies has access to numerous pressure-sensitive, rubber based, acrylic based and hot melt adhesives used to create custom medical components.
We specialize in designing and fabricating protective case and custom foam insert solutions for medical devices and equipment. We have created case and insert solutions for a variety of medical applications such as endoscopes, sensitive electronic equipment and medical device sales cases.
We have access to a variety of rigid plastics that we use in manufacturing medical device packaging and component solutions utilizing our thermoforming capabilities.