Problem We Solve

Is Your Parenteral Device Struggling with Inconsistent Plunger Forces?

Would You Like to Reduce the Weight and Ecological Impact of Your Prefilled Device?

We have helped diabetes device makers, nicotine pump device makers, ophthalmic applications, and several others applications struggling with inconsistent syringe forces.

The Situation Before We Came In…

A medical device company, developing a continuous infusion pump for insulin delivery for Type II diabetes, came to us for help. The cartridge was a user-filled insulin container with elastomer plunger seals. Silicone oil was used as the lubricant to facilitate the movement of the plunger


  1. Inconsistent plunger forces causing variability in dosage accuracy.
  2. High absolute plunger forces requiring excess power to operate the pump.

Read the case study to learn how we took them from Proof of Concept all the way to Manufacturing Scale within 18 months!

Reduce Particles

Are Particles in Your Pre-Filled Device Driving You Crazy?


“There are only three constants in life,” remarked one of our clients, “Death, taxes, and particles in my pre-filled device.”DOWLOAD

Read how we solve the particle problem for pre-filled containers.

Do You Know Your Particle Risk?

The CEO of a pharmaceutical company discovered their particle problem — too late. The pre-filled device entered the market only to be recalled when silicone oil particles rendered the drug ineffective. His leadership team came from the drug formulation side. For them, risk management meant well-run clinical trials

The last thing they expected was invisible particles bringing their pre-filled project to a screeching halt. Some risks are preventable. Particle risk is one of them.

Read more and download our FREE Particle Risk Checklist below