zeus-3-slot,The name Schoeller Bleckmann stands for one of the oldest industrial settlements in the rural area of Vienna - founded in 1862 with the production of steel, furthermore stainless steel and semi finished stainless steel products.
The story of SBM Schoeller Bleckmann Medizintechnik starts in the year 1972 with the taking-over of TechnoMedica (owner Dr. Kalasek, inventor and patent holder of the Steam-/Air Mixture Process) and the production of large volume sterilizers in Ternitz.
In 1990 the privatization of the Schoeller Bleckmann steel company started and SBM was privatized as one of the first. The consequence was a new strategic focus which enabled a 100 % concentration on the pharmaceutical market.
In 2001 SBM became part of Fresenius Group and thus experienced another growth spurt. At the same time, the production of rubber stopper treatment units was added to the portfolio.
In July 2007 SBM was integrated into the handball kroatien vs österreich Technology (formerly Bosch Packaging Technology). Thus the entry to the world market was enlarged through synergy effects. The associated internationalization enables a continuous profitable growth in the future.
SBM offers customized solutions for different applications and processes for the sterilization of medical products and equipment. Depending on your needs, either vacuum/steam, steam/air mixture or hot water shower is used for the sterilization.
Customer satisfaction and long-term relationships are what we live for. You are sure to find a partner in SBM that will not only help you finding the right product for you, but will also help you with the implementation of your project.
SBM has 35 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The autoclave sterilization portfolio includes standard modules as well as customized solutions for the pharmaceutical sterilization of products and equipment.
99.9 percent machine availability for the sterilization of single-use contact lenses
Each second single-use contact lense is sterilized with a SBM sterilizer
- sterilization of radioactive products
- shake or rotation sterilizers for fat emulsions
- pasteurization of blood products
- automatic conveyer systems
- syringes single or in blister packed