Quality: an abstract word which is defined very differently by many companies - including those in the world of medical technology. For Leonardo da Vinci, quality was to be found in the finest brush strokes on a painting, or in the detail. This also applies to the world of instruments.
Quality is not only a perfect surface, quality is also evident in the practical use, durability and nature of the product; quality that the surgeon can touch and experience. In this context quality is therefore more than simply DIN standards and quality certificates. We believe quality to be the best possible result that a product can achieve.
Quality surgical instruments start with the selection of the materials based on the purpose of a product. Each individual production step in the entire production process is decisive for quality.
Quality draws its life from the exceptional professionalism of trained specialists combined with the most accurate production technology. Quality is therefore also the result of the experience that has existed in the Tuttlingen area for many decades and that has continuously grown.
The quality of a surgical instrument means reliability, stability of value and hence cost effectiveness.
Above all else, however, the required quality must serve one purpose: being a reliable, perfect and optimally functioning hand held Instrument for the surgeon.
The quality of our products is ensured by a Quality Management System in accordance with DIN EN ISO 13485 and the EC-Directive 93/42/EEC.