Electrosurgical Units – Essential Devices for HF-Surgery

Electrosurgery is a surgical practice offering precision and control through high-frequency electrical currents. Electrosurgical units are designed to enhance surgical efficacy while prioritizing safety and control.

Explore Our Electrosurgical Units

Benefit from modern high-frequency equipment. Our portfolio includes a variety of electrosurgery instruments tailored for specific cutting, coagulation, and tissue manipulation – fitting all surgical needs.

Benefits of our Electrosurgical Units

Our high-frequency devices contribute to faster patient recovery, making them vital in contemporary medical practices.

Increased patient safety

Prevents bleeding during surgeries

High versatility for various procedures

Minimally invasive


Enhanced surgical efficiency

Electrosurgical units are indispensable in modern surgical settings. They combine safe technology and precision, enabling surgeons to perform complex procedures with greater efficiency and safety.

The quality of the products has convinced me and my team for many years. With a diameter of 2.7mm, the filigree instruments are unique, especially in minimally invasive surgery.

Prof. Dr. med. Henning Niebuhr 
Specialist in surgery and visceral surgery

FAQs to our
Electrosurgical Units

Here you will find detailed responses to common inquiries regarding our electrosurgical units. Our goal is to provide clear information and ensure you have a comprehensive understanding of the functionality and advantages of our products for your surgical needs. If you have further questions, we are always here to assist.

In electrosurgery, devices include electrosurgical units, bipolar and monopolar forceps, electrodes, diathermy instruments and other machines. They utilize high-frequency energy to create thermal effects for cutting and coagulating tissue. They need to be connected to an HF generator with a corresponding polarity.

HF surgery, or high-frequency surgery, operates on frequencies to generate heat in tissues. The energy is transmitted through electrodes, whose shape and size determine the precision and type of the thermal effect. This process allows for rapid heating, cutting, vaporization and coagulation, which minimizes bleeding and tissue damage. Gimmi is your partner for reliable electrosurgery units and instruments.