Simpass PTCA balloon catheter product line consists of 3 balloon catheter models, to address all needs for coronary dilatation.

Each of our high-performance coronary intervention products offers the best results for a variety of PCI procedures, from the most routine to the most complex lesions. Simpass PTCA balloon catheters are cost-effective innovative products without any compromise on the success of the procedures.


Simpass Plus RX PTCA Balloon Dilatation Catheter's every feature is optimally engineered to offer the best workhorse performance in procedures.


  • Unique lesion crossability and re-crossability with low-profile & flexible balloon
  • Excellent hydrophilic coating from tip to RX port for comfortable navigation at each anatomy
  • Tapered tip and lubricous GW lumen for great performance and compatibility with guidewires
  • Outstanding pushability and kink resistance performance by advanced hypotube design
  • Wide size matrix to cover all needs for PTCA procedure


Simpass NC/HP RX PTCA Balloon Dilatation Catheter performs at great high pressure and non-compliance without compromising any crossability and deliverability.


  • Durable and tear-resistant balloon material for successful high-pressure dilatations at calcified lesions and in-stent restenosis
  • Real non-compliant features with controlled balloon growth and accurate balloon sizes
  • Minimal balloon longitudinal growth ensures focused dilatation force on the challenging lesion
  • Kink-resistant hypotube for better pushability


Simpass CTO RX PTCA Balloon Dilatation Catheter is designed for exceptional crossing and opening performance at Chronic Total Occlusions. Low-profile, flexible yet robust balloon catheter structure allows users to push the limits at challenging CTO lesions.


  • Exclusive tip design to produce the best performance at CTO lesions
  • Hybrid shaft design and hydrophilic coating deliver outstanding pushability and trackability in tortuous anatomies
  • Low entry profile by SMART Folding Technique
  • Smooth lesion crossing with a single and thin marker

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