Innovative Solutions For In-Vitro Diagnostics Or To Coat Medical Invasive Devices. USP Class 6 Approved Coatings

Your biomedical device might require a unique coating solution to achieve best performance. Based on your enhancement targets to improve properties such as bonding, friction reduction, drug release, absorption, antibacterial or antithrombogenic properties AMT supplies or develops the best coating solution to meet your specific needs.


AMT’s innovative coatings can be found today on numerous well-known brands of medical devices in applications such as catheters, pacemakers, defibrillator leads, fiberoptic cores, o-rings and stents.


AMT can coat materials such as nylons, cellulosics, fluoropolymers, polyethylenes, polypropylenes, silicones, urethanes or other materials for enhanced medical properties.

Rapid Development, Protoyping and Scale-Up

AMT leverages its international research and development resources to identify or to rapidly develop the best coating technology for your specific needs. Lab samples to pilot runs are available for tailored coating solutions. AMT has extensive expertise in supporting medical product development programs.

Manufacturing of USP Class 6 Approved Coatings

AMT offers large scale GMP production within clean room facilities. A strict quality assurance program ensures consistent and high performance for AMT’s coatings.


AMT creates unique surface properties by using plasma polymerization technologies. Coatings are covalently bonded to your substrate for long lasting quality and performance. Learn more about AMT’s unique coating technologies:

Enhance Slip / Reduce Fiction

AMT offers innovative coatings for enhancing the slip of numerous materials. Many AMT coatings improve bondability at the same time and are FDA Class 6 approved.


AMT’s silicones, fluoropolymers and grafted coatings can be utilized to improve performance objectives of medical ballons, stents, pacemaker leads, o-rings, catheters and specialty molded medical/industrial components.


AMT’s friction reducing coatings can be applied to numerous substrates such as silicone, polyurethane, pebax and other materials.


Coefficients of friction can be reduced by using AMT’s coatings while at the same time improving bondability and physical strength of the coated material component.

Drug Release

AMT’s technologies provide numerous opportunities for designing novel drug release coating solutions. Numerous coatings for other medical applications have been FDA Class 6 approved and are applied under strictly controlled clean room conditions.


AMT coatings may be prepared for the loading and/or for controlling release rates of drugs and of other bioactive compounds. Stents and chemotherapy delivery catheters are just some of the application possibilities under current exploration.


AMT applies hydrophilic and hydrophobic coatings to almost any material ranging from metals to plastic.


AMT has several unique coating technologies available for incorporating drugs or for attachment of drug permeable control barrier layers.


AMT offers unique and novel solutions for placing antimicrobial compounds into coatings as well as for preparing silver and copper based antibacterial coatings.


The incorporation of silver into porous fibers, the attachment of copper to filters and the preparation of surfaces to imbibe and release active antimicrobial agents for killing bacteria such as escherichia coli, pseudonomas aeruginosa and staphylococcus aureus.


AMT prepares surfaces such as polypropylene, polyethylene, polyamides, cellulose and other materials with antimicrobial compounds.


AMT has developed several very innovative processes to apply cost-efficient antimicrobial coatings.


SILGLIDE® COATINGS are extremely lubricious, submicron in thickness, chemically resistant and biocompatible.


CARBOND COATINGS are of atomic dimension, retain substrate morphology and strength, and are chemically resistant and water wettable.


FLUOROCARB COATINGS are ultrathin, chemically resistant, highly hydrophobic and biocompatible.

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