SINGLE USE INSTRUMENT,
HAIR TRANSPLANT EQUIPMENT
PLASTIC SURGERY INSTRUMENTS
ISO CERTIFIED, CE, FDA APPROVED COMPANY.
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The company AEMCO works under the parent name ARONA & ELAHI MFG CO.The manufacturing of surgical instruments has a long tradition at AEMCO Instruments - keeping in mind that AEMCO was and is pure instrument manufacturer at the time when the company was founded. Our claim has remained unchanged to the present day to manufacture instruments of the highest quality.
Our experienced and dedicated craftsmen have the most modern, state-of-the-art factory in the region. We invest in the latest German polishing, grinding, heat treatment, and etching machines that ensure that AEMCO Instruments can hold their own with even the priciest branded lines.
Each instrument begins as a so-called "blank". There are only a few certified forge shops capable of meeting our demanding specifications in terms of materials, shape and dimensions.
As a starting material, only French, German or Japanese stainless steel is used, and a recognized test certificate must accompany each steel batch. The blanks created from this raw material are documented as well. To ensure traceability as stipulated by law, the quality management systems of our suppliers are closely interlaced with our own QM system.
The technical documentation is the basis on which each product is manufactured. All manufacturing specifications are integrated into our quality management processes, thus enabling us to verify and locate product changes anytime.
Manufacturing is a batch-based process because the great variety of instruments does not permit serial production. Thus, almost all instruments are hand-made. All intermediate checks and tests are defined as steps in the process and, consequently, meticulously documented.
As regards instrument functionality and reprocessing, tempering is usually the most vital step in the manufacturing cycle. At this stage, instruments made from hardenable chromium steels receive their hardness, tenacity (toughness) and corrosion resistance. Nickel-chromium steels, in contrast, are not hardenable and therefore can be used only for special instruments.