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Polyzen

polyzen.com

Founded Year

1991

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Polyzen

Polyzen is a developer and manufacturer of medical-grade polymer components and products for medical device manufacturers. Its services include material formulation and consultation, polymer processing, product development, manufacturing, and device assembly. The company's technology includes polymer films, laminates, medical tubing, coating, and surface modification. Polyzen was founded in 1991 and is based in Apex, North Carolina. In November 2022, Polyzen was acquired by Solesis. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

1041 Classic Road

Apex, North Carolina, 27539,

United States

919-319-9599

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Polyzen Patents

Polyzen has filed 1 patent.

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10/27/2016

8/22/2017

Progestogens, Synthetic estrogens, Estranes, Abandoned drugs, Organochlorides

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Application Date

10/27/2016

Grant Date

8/22/2017

Title

Related Topics

Progestogens, Synthetic estrogens, Estranes, Abandoned drugs, Organochlorides

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Grant

Latest Polyzen News

Insulet warns of battery issues with some Omnipod Dash PDM devices

Nov 7, 2022

Solesis announced this week that it has acquired Polyzen, a developer and manufacturer of polymer-based film and coating technologies for the medical device and biopharmaceutical industries. The companies did not disclose financial terms in their Nov. 2 news release. Officials at Telford, Pennsylvania–based Solesis said the acquisition will expand the company’s design and manufacturing capabilities… […] Modular mobile carts & pre-trained learning models save months in bringing products to market By Roger Lam, MBX Systems The rise of artificial intelligence and edge computing has paved the way for computer vision applications such as fall detection, virtual patient interactions and remote surgery viewing designed for deployment near hospital beds, in operating rooms… […] Making informed choices between high-density, low-density and 3D braiding offers greater design flexibility for implantable textile components that are fit-for-purpose. Maddy Moncla, Michelle Lishner and Zachary Robbins, Cortland Biomedical Biomedical textiles have the potential to enable lower-profile medical devices, less invasive surgical procedures and greater overall flexibility and biocompatibility across a variety of medical applications.… […] Biocoat announced today that private equity firm GTCR has made a strategic investment in the maker of hydrophilic biomaterial coatings for medical devices. The deal closed yesterday. The companies did not disclose financial terms. Biocoat’s existing majority investor, 1315 Capital, will retain a minority stake in the Horsham, Pennsylvania–based company. In addition to making coatings,… […] Protolabs is using MD&M Minneapolis this week to promote its new “true silicone” 3D printing offering that is gaining attention from medical device developers. “It’s only been out for a couple of months, but it’s getting really good reception from medical customers,” said David Giebenhain, Protolabs’ global product director of 3D printing. (Check out Protolabs… […] State-of-the-art antimicrobial technology represents a paradigm shift in the prevention and treatment of surgical infections. Arjun Luthra, BioInteractions In the past century, modern medicine has broken countless barriers toward a safer, more effective healthcare protocol. One of the most important discoveries has been antibiotics. Unfortunately, the widespread use of antibiotics has led to growing antibiotic… […] Emerson officials think their PulseStaking offering provides a new option for welding the small, delicate structures found in filtration parts. David Devine, Branson Welding and Assembly, Medical at Emerson Technology and market demand are pushing designers and manufacturers to create medical devices that are ever smaller and more compact. The miniaturization trend is especially true… […] A partnership with Omron Automation Americas enabled Alpine Laser to create what it describes as an easy-to-support, modular machine for cutting stainless steel medical tubing. Alpine Laser (Bloomington, Minnesota) recently launched its medical-tube-cutting Medicut Pro. Alpine Laser describes the Medicut Pro as a purpose-driven and ultra-fast laser processing workstation for cutting stainless steel tubing. Such… […] Medical device developers have gotten creative in connecting with surgeons and interventionalists during the pandemic. Leaders from Abbott, Boston Scientific and Edwards Lifesciences shared some of their experiences, challenges and opportunities with attendees of DeviceTalks West in October. The chief challenge is the number of physicians, nurses and other medical professionals who have left the… […] Neuroscientist Sumner Norman and AE Studio develop open-source and free tools for the brain-computer interface (BCI) space. BCI technology has become one of the hottest areas of medtech. Companies are developing a multitude of methods with their own systems that would allow patients to control a computer with their brain. Such technology could enable immobile… […]

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Polyzen Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Polyzen founded?

    Polyzen was founded in 1991.

  • Where is Polyzen's headquarters?

    Polyzen's headquarters is located at 1041 Classic Road, Apex.

  • What is Polyzen's latest funding round?

    Polyzen's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Polyzen?

    Investors of Polyzen include Solesis.

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