Corporate Focus

Corporate Focus

Defibtech is a leader and innovator in the design and manufacture of automated external defibrillators (AEDs), mechanical chest compressors, and other life-saving resuscitation products. With more than 375,000 units in the field, Defibtech has drawn accolades for its commitment to saving lives by producing the best AEDs medical technology can offer.

Life-Saving Design

By using advanced design and manufacturing techniques, Defibtech provides value-oriented, easy-to-use solutions with high quality and reliability. Defibtech's technologically advanced devices include the Lifeline family of fully-featured AEDs with distinctive yellow hourglass shapes, roomy handles and rubberized surfaces. Sophisticated enough to meet the needs of the most demanding first responders, they are also incredibly easy for the untrained to use. Virtually anyone can be a lifesaver with a Lifeline AED as it leads the user through a rescue step-by-step. The Lifeline AED product line includes a semi-automatic defibrillator, a fully-automated defibrillator that analyzes heart rhythms and automatically delivers a shock, an AED capable of an ECG waveform display at the touch of a button, and the first AED with full-motion color video.

A Trusted Industry Leader

Built to exacting medical standards as well as to U.S. Military specifications, Defibtech's Lifeline AEDs are lightweight, robust, dust protected, spray and water resistant, and meet "shock and drop" specifications for use in tough environments. They are also easily maintained and field upgradable, on-site, when CPR guidelines change. Defibtech has drawn accolades and won numerous awards for its record of innovative sleek product designs, revenue growth, and commitment to quality and service excellence. Deployments include workplaces, government buildings, airports and aircraft, rail stations and trains, educational institutions, emergency vehicles, resorts, arenas and waterway vessels. Headquartered in Guilford, Connecticut, all life-saving products are conceived and developed in-house, and built in the United States in state-of-the-art facilities.