Relying on their knowledge and capacity for research and design, Mesa exclusively manufactures medical devices that meet the criteria of highest quality, safety, reliability, biocompatibility and mechanical properties.
Mesa’s alloys for ceramics comply with standards ISO 9693-1:2012 and ISO 22674:2016.
They are highly resistant to corrosion and heat with low conductivity and do not contain any toxic elements.
In the case of cobalt-based alloys, they are absolutely nickel-free.
These alloys are characterized by their flexibility (double if compared to noble metals) and have good fluidity, which enables castings to have a thickness as low as two-tenths of a millimetre. Furthermore, thanks to their thermal expansion coefficient, they are also ideal to be used with all last-generation ceramics.
One of Mesa's top priorities is the the health and well-being of the patient. Relying on their knowledge and capacity for research and design, Mesa exclusively manufactures medical devices that meet the criteria of highest quality, safety, reliability, biocompatibility and mechanical properties.
MESA complies with the latest quality standards and meets the most stringent international criteria in the production of both class IIA and IIB medical devices. They achieve this by constantly updating their management system in accordance with UNI EN ISO 13485:2016, UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 and MDSAP (Medical Device Single Audit Program) standards. As a result, Mesa has obtained marketing authorisation for its devices from entities in Japan, Australia, Brazil, Canada and USA.
The company also has CE marking in accordance with Directive 93/42/EEC for the sale of all medical devices in the member countries of the European Union issued by a Notified Body (TUV South).