Snowden-Pencer is synonymous with quality surgical instrumentation, specialising in plastic surgery and laparoscopic instruments. In 1951, Leonard Snowden and George Pencer introduced the revolutionary tungsten carbide insert to the jaws of surgical instruments which is widely used today.
Snowden-Pencer has released a range of laparoscopic hand instruments, incorporating instrument jaw patterns with ergonomically contoured handles. Their vision is to deliver surgical solutions that prioritise ergonomics, versatility and durability: providing a product that exceeds performance expectations and longevity.
As a company, they focus on innovating safety, research and cost, providing access to healthcare and quality products in resource-limited populations.
As a provider of quality surgical solutions, Device Technologies partners with Becton Dickinson to help bring the Snowden-Pencer instrumentation and laparoscopic solutions to healthcare professionals in Australia and New Zealand.