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Advanced Innovation

Creativity is a group activity at Pulse.

Advanced Innovation at Pulse

What will you produce in five years? Or 10? That’s what advanced innovation at Pulse is about—anticipating a new generation of medical device component solutions so that you’re ready to accelerate your business. What the future brings can be up to you.

Insight, creativity and ownership

Our advanced technology team is always working to explore what you might need next—whether it’s a lighter material or a smoother surface or a process that can be made automated and repeatable.

We are always asking, “why not?” and “what if?” which leads quickly to “let’s try….”

All of which contributes to a sense of pride and ownership in our part of your medical device and also your success as a company, which drives our ideas to prototype and collaboration and production.

What’s the solution that you’re looking for? Call us; we’d be happy to schedule an engineer-to-engineer meeting.

“Pulse is always looking forward. They’re not afraid to invest in their company. The courage of the ownership to expand into different parts of the business is valuable to us.”
— A Pulse cardiac customer

Investing in people and technology

Our best advances are made possible because of a concerted investment effort by Pulse Technologies leadership. Andrew E. Fisk, PhD, our director of technology and innovation, leads our advanced innovation team. Take a look at our metallurgy and metrology lab, where Andrew and his team experiment with cutting edge technologies that speed you to market while saving time and money. Some of those technologies include:

Scratch-free Surface Finishes

Through a combination of micro-machining and secondary finishing (electro-dynamic surface finishing), we created a scratch-free surface finish for a hemolysis pump that extended the useful lifetime of the device. Read more.

Pulse Advanced Coating Technology (PACT®)

We developed a specialized coating for stimulation and sensing electrodes that increases the efficiency of the electrical signals and reduces polarization by 50 percent. Read more.