Tom Hoover

Medical Business Development Manager–Americas, Emerson

Tom Hoover, medical business development manager–Americas, is based at the Emerson facility in Brookfield, CT. He has in-depth medical industry experience in all aspects of product development and regulatory compliance.

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Today, many wearable devices, including valuable medical devices, are disposed of after use. New Branson unwelding technology offers a means of recovering and re-using valuable components.
Today, many wearable devices, including valuable medical devices, are disposed of after use. New Branson unwelding technology offers a means of recovering and re-using valuable components.
Today, many wearable devices, including valuable medical devices, are disposed of after use. New Branson unwelding technology offers a means of recovering and re-using valuable components.
Today, many wearable devices, including valuable medical devices, are disposed of after use. New Branson unwelding technology offers a means of recovering and re-using valuable components.
Today, many wearable devices, including valuable medical devices, are disposed of after use. New Branson unwelding technology offers a means of recovering and re-using valuable components.
Laser Processing

Patented laser welding process enables closed-loop medical device recycling and reduced waste

Sept. 25, 2023
Device makers are taking increased interest in product designs and assembly that support closed-loop recycling. A Branson plastic welding process can safely and nondestructively...