Diplom-Ingenieur Volker Walz develops the first EHL device (electrohydraulic lithotripsy) and related probes at the University of Stuttgart.
Walz sells the first commercial EHL device. First customer: a clinic in the US.
The first combined EHL/EKL (electrokinetic lithotripsy) device enters the market.
The first compact device is developped: EKL Compact.
The Lithotron EL 28-X1 is an EKL-only device with improved effectivity.
Induced kinetic lithotripsy (iKL) is developped.
Bernd Vollmer enters Walz Elektronik GmbH as successor of Volker Walz.
Processing and launch of new EHL probes for thin working channels.
Developement and market entry of a proximal stiffened EHL probe that enables easier insertion into the endoscope.