Demax Medical

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Demax Medical Technology Co,.Ltd.
Public Limited Company
Industry Medical Device
Founded 2004
Key people
[Mr Huaying Dai], Chairman & CEO
Products Medical devices

Demax Medical Technology Co, a joint venture between Chinese and Australian investors, based in Beijing, China, and primarily involved in designing and manufacturing disposable medical device used in Interventional cardiology, radiology and other fields. It has three divisions: Medical devices manufacturing, Finlumen Tubing Extrusion and Perfit Mould.


Demax Medical in Beijing

Demax Medical Technology Co., Ltd. (Beijing), founded in November 2004, is a corporation engaged in the design, manufacturing and sale of single-use sterile medical devices.

Started with 14 million gross investments and 10 million registered capital. Within the total 1200 m2 company area, the manufacturing area is 300 m2 class 100K clean room which has 300K pcs manufacturing capacity. Within the total 4808m2 company area, the class 100K clean room covers more than 750 m2, and 10K class clean room covers over 400m2. Annual output was predicted as 800K pcs products.

The main products are PTCA accessories including control syringes, manifolds, Y connector pack, introducer sheath pressure lines etc., which are used for angiography, balloon dilation, stent implantation during PTCA operations.


Medical Devices Manufacturing[edit]

Medical Devices Manufacturing

The main products are PTCA accessories including balloon in-deflation device, control syringes, manifolds, Y connector pack, pressure lines and 3 way stopcock.

Finlumen Tubing Extrusion[edit]

Custom Tube Extrusion

Finlumen, Inc.[1] is the leading precision extrusion manufacturer in Asia. Diversified application covers Medical Device, Micro Catheter, Laboratory Equipment, Aerospace and Micro-Electronics.

Perfit Mould[edit]

Perfit Mould

Perfit Mould is designing and manufacturing plastic and metal precision mould, especially for Medical Devices, Consumer Electronics and Telecommunication.


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