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TyTek Medical

TyTek Medical is a manufacturer of compact, pre-hospital emergency medical products. Our emergency medical supplies were designed and engineered for military medics.

TyTek Industries

TyTek Industries can help you make your dreams a reality by taking your product ideas and solutions to market.

TyTek Team

With teams strategically located in North America, Europe and China, TyTek are best placed to respond and assist you with innovative services in the Medical and Engineering sectors.

PTENSYS

PTENSYS (Platinum TEN SYStem) is a solution that offers vulnerability assessments and subsequent implementation of Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) treatment for high density events and locations.

About TyTek Group

The TyTek Group has an excellent track record in taking a concept or a technological development, commercialising it and growing it into a successful business. We have expertise in the mass production of custom made products, components and sub-assemblies aligned with exceptional sales & marketing capabilities allowing us to trade competitively across the globe.

Our operations are truly international and we have offices in the US, China and Europe. This level of experience has helped the TyTek Group to become true market leaders in innovation, magnetics, medical and new product development.

Ultimately, we offer an entire package of skills and services for a variety of industries. We can do the same for you.

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Manufacturing your future

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Why Ferrite Magnets are pulling manufacturers in…

In the beginning Did you know that the earliest reference to magnets dates back to more than 2,500 years ago - when magnetic lodestones were discovered by the Greeks? The word magnet actually comes from the Greek word ‘Magnetis Lithos’ meaning ‘Magnesian Stone’, a reference to Turkey, where the stones were originally discovered. However, it wasn’t till 1930 that professors Dr. Yogoro Kato and Dr. Takeshi Takei accidentally produced the first ferrite magnet at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Two decades later, mass production of ferrite began as an alternative to metallic magnets.

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