RUBBER SOLUTIONS FOR MEDICAL COMPONENTS MANUFACTURING
Midwest Rubber is proud to support medical professionals in their vital work. We create solutions that help keep their patients comfortable and secure.
With decades of experience in the medical industry and a variety of manufacturing processes to choose from, our medical components offer both value and quality. Midwest Rubber Company offers a lineup of highly specialized products that include medical pads, cushions, armrests, headrests, hospital bed accessories, diagnostic equipment, emergency kits, gurneys, and stretchers. We understand that safety is a major factor when it comes to medical components manufacturing, and we take pride in providing parts that limit potential risks and are easy to disinfect.
As experts in rubber processing, Midwest Rubber can create custom solutions for healthcare products as well as help bring inventions into the market. Our ability to create custom pieces exceeds most other medical components manufacturing companies because of the diverse range of processes we can offer in one facility. We can accommodate even the most stringent specifications by blending multiple processes to develop a part that can be dynamically different from the inside to the outside. We have the flexibility to design different shapes for medical parts and can customize the color and finish to create the piece exactly as you imagined it. Above all, we believe our main obligation is to provide products that are dependable and safe.
WHY MIDWEST RUBBER?
We keep the safety of our clients and their patients at the top of our mind. Exposed parts on medical equipment are touched by hundreds of hands every day. Unless the piece is cleaned after each contact, contaminants are able to multiply and create a safety hazard. We’ve solved this problem with the ability to mix our PVC products with an antimicrobial additive and hermetically seal them, making them resistant to bacteria. The antimicrobial handles and grips we produce are highly sought-after not only in the medical field, but across all industries.