INTUITION FOR THE CONCERNS OF SURGEONS AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE SINCE 1921
When the newest findings in engineering, the highest level of technical skill, and the ideas of surgeons come together, modern, highly innovative and – simply put – better instruments are developed to help people and to improve their health.
From the day our company was founded by Wilhelm Hauser in 1921, we have embodied this conviction and today, as a result, we are one of the leading international OEM specialists in the manufacturing of instruments for heart and neurosurgery.
We supervise our customers' ideas from the first draft right up to mass production and we can vouch for the value and precision of every instrument that leaves our premises. The result: surgery mechanics for life.
YOU RECOGNISE QUALITY WHEN IT'S IN YOUR HAND
At Hauser, quality control starts with each individual employee. Everyone is responsible for the quality of their own work.
Specialists trained in-house and continuous advanced training contribute to our high quality standard.
It goes without saying that our quality management is in compliance with EN ISO 13485.
High-quality materials, outstanding surface finish, well though-out functions and ergonomic design.
You will get all of these in Hauser's quality products which you will recognize as soon as you have them in your hand.
PRECISION ON THE WORKBENCH FOR PERFECTION IN THE OPERATING ROOM
The basis for the quality of our instruments is the material. This goes for instruments made from stainless surgical steel as well as for our titanium retractors or heavy-duty plastics. As well as this, for our aluminium retractors we use a special aluminium alloy which is exclusively manufactured to Hauser's specifications.
Alongside high-quality materials and raw materials, the knowledge and experience of our surgical instrument makers plays an important role in the production process.
Our specialists' high-precision finishing and assembly results in instruments which provide optimal functionality and safety for perfection in the operating room.