Vernay Shows New Technologies, New Products at MD&M West 2017!
March 1, 2017
March 1, 2017
Vernay capped a very successful MD&M West Tradeshow Exhibition by featuring 2 new precision pump technologies and 2 new valve dispenser products in Anaheim, California, USA. The company also introduced an enhanced trade show exhibit that included product displays, new graphics and live flow-control demonstrations. The new products, technologies and live demos brought a high level of energy and excitement to the Vernay brand that was well-received by attendees.
The new pump technology included the CS-3 & CS-6 Single-Use Precision Pumps. These are break-through technologies with tremendous potential in the medical sector because of their ability to gain superior dispensing accuracy. “This is a significant improvement over anything available in the market” stated Tripp Avett, Global Medical Business Unit Manager.
“We are very excited about our new SupraValve® – HP Platform, a high pressure check valve with significant enhanced performance” said Tripp Avett, in reference to the new product introduced by Vernay. Adding that “the SupraValve® was specifically developed for use in medical devices where accuracy is critical to success.” The new bi-directional V-flow Dispenser with a ‘no-drip’ feature was also on display. This versatile, customizable cross slit valve is engineered for precise dispensing and dosing.
A demo kit, created by Jim Stope, Research & Development, offered live demonstrations of four different valve configurations functioning with air and fluid. “Many visitors came over to watch the valve solutions in action and see how well they work” said Andy Woodward, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing.
“Take Control of the Flow” was the theme of this year’s Vernay exhibit. The accompanying booth graphics featured an energized technology stream flowing across all the exhibit panels. Each panel showed a different Vernay solution-set and photographs of finished products. “The high-tech stream represents Vernay’s knowledge and use of scientific applications to create leading flow control solutions for our customers” said Bob Ferguson, VP of Global R&D. “We’re proud of our commitment to solving challenging flow control problems anywhere in the world.”
Vernay Laboratories has been a technology leader in the design, development, and manufacture of customized flow-control components since its founding in 1946. The company also formulates its own compounds to address each specific application.
Vernay’s products play a vital role in millions of medical devices, automobiles, and consumer products. Today, the privately held firm produces more than 1 billion components per year, drawing from a library of more than 33,000 elastomeric materials and compound formulations. It operates five plants around the world, in the U.S., the Netherlands, Italy and China. For more information, visit www.vernay.com.