A Rushford company is getting ready to take its new device to market.
The Tri-Counrty Record newspaper reports Rushford Nano-Electro-Chemical is making a medical device called an impedance meter that can help determine the exact structure of biological matter.
Company leader Kevin Klungvedt told the paper the new device is an improvement over an existing device and he hopes to be in full production soon.
Parts of the device are made in Winona and Fergus Falls, along with La Crosse.
Klungvedt says his company can produce as many as 2-thousand of the devices a day when in full production.