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Maxon Motor - Medical & Surgery | Minimotor & DC Motor for Medical

Maxon Motor - Medical & Surgery

Maxon Medical is the leading supplier of high-precision drive systems for medical technology.

Maxon DC motors are employed wherever precision and reliability are top priorities.

Wherever maximum power is needed in the smallest spaces, the precision motors of maxon medical are employed. We serve a variety of specialized markets within the medical industry, such as diagnostics, therapy, surgery, prosthetics, laboratory technology, dental technology and pharmacy.

You'll find our reliable drive solutions in medical devices such as:

Insulin pumps, Surgical robots, Prostheses, Ophthalmosurgical devices, Radiation equipment, Precision liquid handling systems, Surgical microscopes, Respiratory care devices.

Developed and produced for the well-being of mankind, our reliable drives enable battery-powered medical devices, for example, to become smaller and more efficient: for a higher quality of life!

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Maxon Motor is a Swiss company headquartered in Sachseln (Central Switzerland) that employs over 1600 staff worldwide. Its sales companies based in over 30 countries provide a locally-based and competent customer service. maxon motor has production sites at its head office in Switzerland as well as in Germany and Hungary.

Maxon Motor helps provide innovative solutions at competitive prices for numerous applications in various markets, such as industrial automation, medical technology, security technology, instrumentation, communications, consumer applications etc.

The premium-quality drive solutions from maxon medical fully satisfy medical industry demands for highest quality and superior service. The latest standards and international norms are an integral part of maxon medical's business processes. maxon medical achieved ISO 13485 certification (medical standard) in December 2008.

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