Noliac piezo products in ultrasonic surgery devices

Noliac provides high quality piezo components and custom designed ultrasonic transducers for many different types of health care applications, including ultrasonic surgery devices.
By: Noliac A/S
KVISTGAARD, Denmark - March 21, 2017 - PRLog -- Increased safety and precision with ultrasonic surgery

Ultrasonic surgery instruments offer numerous advantages over traditional techniques. Increased safety, visibility, precision, faster healing and more comfort for the patient are just few of the advantages. Ultrasonic surgery can be used in a number of clinical situations including bone surgery, eye surgery, sinus elevation and extractions.

High quality piezo components

When designing ultrasonic surgery devices, you look for piezo components with high reliability. This is exactly what Noliac's monolayer piezo components provide. The components are offered in a wide range of dimensions and shapes. Typically, ultrasonic surgery devices are fitted with monolayer piezo rings made of a hard doped piezoceramic material. This material is designed for high power ultrasonic devices. The components are custom designed for easy integration to your application.

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Short delivery time and scalable production

Noliac offers the piezo components with short delivery time down to one week depending on the type of product. Noliac also offers scalable production from one item to volume production. Contact us and hear about the delivery time for your components.

Custom designed transducers

Noliac can custom design any kind of piezoelectric transducer, and we offer a full-service solution from prototype to production. We have a long history of designing and developing customized transducers for ultrasonic surgery devices. Therefore, we know the typical challenges when designing this type of transducer. For instance, the importance of a proper resonance frequency for requested amplitude, the tuning of performance versus minimum losses of the device, to have minimal impedance in resonance, or how to avoid parasitic resonances in working range of frequencies.

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Meet us at IDS 2017

We will be attending the International Dentist Show in Cologne on March 22 to visit existing and potential customers. We look forward to discussing piezo solutions for your next health care application.

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Contact us for more information

If you have any questions regarding piezo products for your ultrasonic surgery device, please contact us using our Request for Quote form or contact sales. Find all contact information at

Noliac A/S
Att.: Lotte Beck

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