Inomec has been specializing in research, development, and manufacturing of medical devices.
Inomec’s unique character is expressed in a singular combination of rich professional experience with advanced development capabilities, out-of-the-box thinking, in-depth knowledge of standardization and mass production, enabling the customer a rapid and professional transition from development to production of a standard compliant medical product.
The range of services provided by the Company enables leading the project from the idea to production, from proof of feasibility through functional prototypes, construction of process and manufacturing files, production of first batches in a clean room, cost reduction and transfer to mass production.
The company was established in 2008 and the team consists of mechanical and electronic engineers, technicians, QA/QC personnel, production personnel, administration and project management.
Inomac is ISO 9001: 13485 certified for the development and manufacturing of medical devices from the Standards Institute of Israel and has adopted many other quality processes.
Since its establishment, Inomec has developed and manufactured a large number of products for a wide range of anatomies and medical needs, which have gone on to become its customers’ Flagship Products.
- Laparoscopy, miniature robots and delivery systems
- Dental devices and implants
- Catheters and medical devices for brain and head surgery
- Devices for ophthalmic surgery
- Orthopedic devices
- Gynecology devices
- Emergency and trauma medicine devices
- Gastrology devices
- Delivery systems and catheters for cardiovascular functions
- Imaging devices
- Respiratory system devices
- Devices for sleep medicine
- Integrated medical-pharma devices
- Devices for cosmetic and aesthetic medicine
- Devices for veterinary medicine and veterinary procedures
- Accurate automated urine output measurement
- Electronic and mechanical development and engineering
- Implementation of verification and validation (V&V) processes
- Transfer to production
- Assembly and clinical manufacturing in a clean room
- Clinical batches manufacturing
- Laser welding in and outside the clean room
- 3D printing, also using Biocompatible materials
- Manufacture of prototypes and functional demonstrators
- Quality control and documentation for medical devices
- Building a production file and a clinical product file