...Design and Manufacture of Quality Medical Accessories
Adaptive Products to Improve the Healthcare Workplace

High Quality Materials

The materials products are made of say a lot about the product and the company making them. We use the highest quality cost-effective materials available to deliver unparellelled finished good quality.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is non-toxic, rust-resistant, zinc-free, lead-free, and eco-friendly. It is the perfect material for medical products. We use stainless steel because we know our products will retain their good looks and function for years to come.

The aggressive cleaning equipment receives in hospitals makes stainless steel the material of choice. Our simple designs enable us to use expensive materials without the penalty of making our products so expensive that no one can afford them.

Stainless steel is low carbon steel with chromium added. Other elements are added to enhance the corrosion resistance of the steel too; but, the star of the show is chromium.


Plastics have unique properties which make them ideal for use in medical products. Some of the advantages to using plastic that are unique when compared to other materials--contributing greatly to the quality of our everyday lives. These materials, when properly applied, will perform functions at a cost that other materials cannot match.

Plastics can provide many advantages over other materials. These benefits include: reliable, light-weight, non-porous material which gives it great clean ability. It is easy to machine into intricate shapes. The resistance to wear, impact, and corrosion make it a long lasting alternative. Plastics are aesthetically pleasing too.

Powder Coat

Powder coat finish is tougher and more durable than a conventional paint finish. The dry powder is electrostatically bonded to the surface of metal providing a thicker coating without runs or sagging. The completed product has a homogenous finish.

Powder Coat production lines are better for the environment. The elimination of volatile organic compounds, the reduction of hazardous waste, and recycling of overspray are simple good neighbor effects.