Camozzi in Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals industry

Life Science

The Market

The industry of medical products, the so-called "Health products industry" is one of the most vital and dynamic sectors of the world’s economy.

Revenues from sales of these products were estimated in 290 billion dollars in 2009 and the expectations are to make 490 billion dollars in 2016, as a result of an annual increase of 7%.
It is an ever technological evolving market, because for the users efficient and sophisticated medical machinery and equipment are more and more important.

Consequently, the sales of components and devices for the "Life sciences" market applied in the most significant segments as bioinstrumentation, dental units, medical equipment for hospitals, clinical chemistry, chromatography, molecular analysis, biopharma  and oxygen therapy, provide a steady growth to over 7 billion dollars in 2016.
An important role in the next wave of growth of the life sciences market is delegated to the economy of emerging countries like China, Brazil and India. Medical equipments require fluid control components with innovative technologies, among which microfluidics, which market has grown for more than 20% in the last 5 years.


The innovative technologies for fluid control, through solenoid valves that are not limited to an ON / OFF control but are extended with a proportional function, must necessarily be applied to the components for the life sciences industry.

The intuition is the ability to develop a project for a new component or device that meets the needs of the client and the application that up to now has not been handled yet and therefore new, can sometimes be revolutionary with respect to an existing system.

The reliability of the components or parts of them is crucial because it is understandable that they are always applied in a field of high risk.
The availability and know-how to design and execute integrated systems that involve the use of fluid dynamics-, electronics-, chemistry / physics- and micromechanics principles.


The development of new miniaturized components and solenoid valves allow the creation of dedicated solutions, particularly where devices with very reduced dimensions are required.

This is implemented by Camozzi, together with a research on materials in order to make the solenoid valves compatible with and suitable for any kind of liquid or gaseous fluid.

The Camozzi Research Center continues to study new functional techniques in order to realize more and more  innovative solenoid valves with an even better performance. Camozzi components dedicated to this particular field are designed focusing on performances and optimization of dimensions.