ZetrOZ Systems, makers of the Sustained Acoustic Medicine (SAM) wearable ultrasound device, proudly announces that practically all aspects of its products are sourced and manufactured in the United States as the country celebrates its birthday on July 4th. Not only the core components like ultrasonic patches and battery pack controllers, but also the gels, fabrics, and circuit boards, ZetrOZ is committed to making as much of its goods in the United States as possible.
All of the assemblies are done in the United States, including welding, fabrication, chemistry, and calibration. Dr. George Lewis, CEO and Founder of ZetrOZ Systems, said, “We use good, high-quality ingredients for U.S. manufacturing and the outcome is a high-quality piece of medical technology that helps thousands of patients heal every day.”
Its ultrasonic patches, which are nonwoven devices that secure and gently link the SAM ultrasound to the body for up to several hours a day, are manufactured on four lines: two in Connecticut, one in Massachusetts, and another in Minnesota. Patches will be produced shortly in a different Wisconsin plant. More extensive hardware and critical electronics, such as the battery pack, ultrasound transducer, and circuit boards, are manufactured in two other locations in Connecticut.The gels that are put into the patches are made at a chemical processing plant in New Jersey. Transparency, according to Lewis, is a critical factor in the company’s decision to produce in the United States.