RxFiber is Developing and Engineering Medical Grade Fibers for the Medical Device Industry

January 2012 - RxFiber, llc located in the United Sates (Windsor, CA) launches the first manufacturer solely dedicated to developing and engineering medical grade fibers for the medical device industry.

RxFibers mission is to become the premier fiber development partner for the medical device industry. RxFiber offers a wide variety of innovative and custom design medical grade yarn products. In addition to producing high-quality yarn, our textile engineers can provide advice and consultation to help companies design the ideal material specifications for medical devices.

RxFiber works with customers to understand their medical device needs to provide textile solutions that will best match the specifications required to produce reliable and verifiable products.

RxFiber can development custom yarns and replace aging yarn inventory with quality yarn in smaller quantities that meet production needs.

RxFiber is the leading expert in producing multifilament (fine denier, high-tenacity fibers), both absorbable and non-absorbable. We can consult on monofilament projects. RxFiber provides small custom fiber runs that can be fully integrated with your product specifications.

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RxFiber can coordinate and consult on the testing and conversion process. RxFiber's technical experts can consult on weaving/knitting/braiding solutions that are best aligned with the device specifications.

All RxFiber products are "made in the USA."

Call us to discuss your custom yarn and development needs:
RxFiber, llc
1-866-308-6025 x11

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Society for Biomaterials 2014

High Tenacity Polyester: RxFibron HT - The New Generation of High Performance Materials

This Dr. Martin King, Professor of Medical Textiles at NCSU presents his comparative analysis research findings on biomaterials traditionally used in medical devices as it compares to RxFiber's RxFibron HT. The research results finds RxFibron HT has superior properties and characteristics as compared to standard materials in medical devices.

Rx Fibron HT Research Society For Biomaterials 2014