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AorTech Biomaterials



About AorTech Biomaterials

AorTech is the manufacturer of Elast-Eon, a biostable implantable silicone-urethane copolymer. The company is publicly listed in the UK on the Alternative Investment Market exchange (AIM:AOR) with dedicated sales and market development specialists in the US, and its 25,000 square foot ISO-Certified Technology and Biomaterials Manufacturing Center located in Melbourne, Australia. AorTech develops and manufactures medical-grade polyurethanes for use in medical devices and implants. The company's wholly-owned subsidiary, AorTech Biomaterials, based in Melbourne, Australia, was originally formed to commercialize materials developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. The company is now focused on these Elast-Eon materials, which have various applications, including in drug-eluting stents, in orthopedic devices (spinal discs) and reconstructive/cosmetic uses (breast implants). AorTech has sold its heart valve business.

Headquarters Location

Prestige Travel Suite, Barclays Bank House 81-83 Victoria Road

KT6 4NS,

United Kingdom

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