J-Pac offers comprehensive in-house processing and packaging capabilities to provide a one-stop medical textile manufacturing and packaging solution for resorbable and non-resorbable implants.

Our medical textile services include:

  • Sourcing medical-grade USP Class VI textiles including weaves, braids, mesh, knits, non-wovens and resorbables
  • Design support and rapid prototyping
  • In-house converting processes for forming, shaping, particulate-free cutting, scouring, sewing, ultrasonic welding, heat welding, tipping and bonding
  • Custom in-house tooling
  • Cleanroom assembly
  • Packaging design, validation and sterilization
  • Supply chain management
  • 3D anatomical shape forming, unique textile geometries and textile edge treatment techniques
  • Quality management, tracking, reporting and validation
  • Solvent scouring
  • Low-humidity Class 7 dry room environment for resorbable implant packaging
  • EtO, gamma, VHP, autoclave and other sterilization capabilities
Textile Clean Room Video Oven

J-Pac Medical processes medical textiles used for all manner of clinical applications including: 

  • Soft tissue repair resorbable implants
  • Hernia repair
  • Cardiovascular implants
  • Sports medicine textiles
  • Dental membranes
  • Biomedical filtration textile meshes
  • Tissue scaffolds
  • Allograft processing
  • Surgical mesh
  • Suture anchors
  • Catheter tubulars

Extend the shelf life of your resorbable implants:

  • Dry room processing reduces degradation
  • In-house low-temperature sterilization eliminates environmental exposure time

Custom Allograft processing textiles for tissue banks

J-Pac custom-fabricates mesh bags and filters for tissue bank allograft processing.

Our superior fabricated mesh bags and filters are manufactured and sterilized to the highest quality standards to decontaminate and prepare allograft products for implantation.

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