Implants with textile structure

Shown is a section of mesh, with violet and white stripes, unrolled from a roll and fed into a machine.
Knitted mesh
The picture shows a section of a knitted vascular prosthesis. On the right side of the picture is the body of the vascular prosthesis. Two legs are attached to it, which are shown in the center of the photo.
knitted vascular prosthesis

Our implants with textile structure include warp-knitted, woven and braided medical products. In addition, we can offer nonwovens in cooperation with the DITF, for example for cartilage regeneration.


  • Our warp-knitted PP hernia meshes of the highest quality and purity can be manufactured in different area weights per unit area and porosities
  • The warp-knitted PGA meshes are used for temporary wound and organ support and as reinforcement when closing wall defects.
  • Warp-knitted PDO meshes are used for the treatment of abdomens and for breast reconstruction.
  • Vascular prostheses: Warp-knitted and woven PET vascular prosthesis blanks are available with and without bifurcation in a wide range of size
  • Resorbable tapes, woven, are suitable for adaptation of parenchymatous organs and in trochleaplasty of the knee
  • Braided stents, both absorbable and permanent, are used in the treatment of stenoses or to seal defects (cardiovascular, trachea, oesophagus)
  • Nonwovens are produced in cooperation with the DITF Denkendorf. The production of the nonwoven structures is possible with fibre diameters ranging from the µm range (1 - 20 µm) to the nm range (100 - 500 nm). The following processes are used:
    • Spunbond nonwovens
    • Melt-Blow nonwovens
    • Electrospun nonwovens
    • Centrifuge spun nonwovens

We can develop and produce other textile implants such as 3D warp-knitted meshes, self-fixing and partially resorbable hernia meshes especially for you on customer order. Three-dimensional structures are possible with all warp-knitted meshes.