Leonhard Lang USA, Inc., Skintact, is the North American headquarters for Leonhard Lang, GmbH located in Innsbruck, Austria. We manufacture and distribute a wide range of consumable medical products including ECG/EKG electrodes, ECG clips, AED and ALS defibrillation pads, Electrosurgical grounding plates, ECG recording chart paper, and medical grade gloves. We became the third largest manufacturer and distributor ECG/EKG products in the world through an extensive history of quality-focused products and services. Leonhard Lang holds the following certificates: ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and ISO 13485 CMDCAS companies with an environmental system certified to ISO 14001 standards. Additionally all products are appropriately registered or listed, Health Canada Registered, CE Registered and or FDA/510K Clearances.
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Leonhard Lang GmbH a global supplier of electrodes and marketed globally through the SKINTACT brand. Leonhard Lang GmbH has a century long history of quality through cutting edge technology and user driven development. While the full list of accomplishments is too large for this section the following are some of the significant events and times. 1872, The company is founded by Leonhard Lang senior as a paper wholesaler. 1983, Begins to manufacture disposable electrodes. 1984, Reaches the production level of 1,000,000 electrodes per year. 1995, Leonhard Lang Medical Products got certified to develop, manufacture and sell/distribute medical products according to the International Standards ISO 9001, ISO 13485, MDD Annex II, EN 46001 and GMP (WHO). 1996, Begins making electrosurgical dispersive plates. 1998, Lang is certified according to the International Standards ISO 14001 and EMAS. 2004, Begins making defibrillation electrodes. 2009, Puts first clean room into operation. At this time Leonhard Lang GmbH holds a range of patents for both machinery and electrode design.