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Tri-Por®
Adler Ortho® employs the Powder Manufacturing Technology to work with thre three metal alloys more commonly used in Oerthopaedics: Titanium Alloy, Cobalt-Chrome alloy, and Stainless Steel.

The Tri-Por® logo identifies all the implants made by Adler Ortho® employing this innovative technology.

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Titanium alloy

The Ti-Por® 3D monolithic ingrowth surface is one of the most important achievements of Adler Ortho research in the domain of Powder Manufacturing Technology.

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A section of the Ti-Por® surface



The Ti-Por® is extremely rough, and therefore it can supply implants with a much higher primary stability Vs the one provided by standard technologies.
Therefore the Ti-Por® surface, being built in one piece together with the implant has a resistance to delamination that cannot be matched by any porous coating or plasma spray normally employed for cementless orthopaedic implants.


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Magnification of a Ti-Por® surface.
Its extreme roughness needs to be noted


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CoCrMo alloy

This alloy, because of its hardness and wear resistance, it is commonly used to manufacture mobile articular surfaces, especially, but not only, for knee implants applications. Adler Ortho® employs the Powder Manufacturing Technology also to produce CoCrMo alloy made implants. Those implants feature the Co-Por®, 3D monolithic ingrowth surface, similar to Ti-Por®

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Powder manufactured cementless Uni knee femoral component made of CoCrMo alloy.




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Stainless Steel

Adler Ortho® employs Powder Manufacturing Technology to produce some surgical instruments, for instance knee cutting blocks.

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Knee Cutting block





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