Surgical suture netting

Knitted fabrics are widely used in the medical sector for numerous applications, including suture materials and surgical textile implants used in treating incontinence.

Comez knitting machines allow the creation of surgical netting featuring the most varied weaves, thereby providing products that guarantee minimum possible stress for patients. Our machines can be operated with a variety of yarn types, whether rigid, elastic, reabsorbable or non-reabsorbable, including the most advanced and highly tolerable monofilaments.

End-use: mesh for treating incontinence

Specifications: sample were created in non-absorbable 0.150 mm monofilament PP

Machine model: ACOTRONIC 8B/600, gauge 20 n.p.i.

Our knitting machinery allow the processing of a wide range of surgical suture mesh, whether absorbable or non-absorbable.

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