Cleanroom Assembly and Packaging for High Purity Applications Offered
Apr 03 2017 Read 674 Times
Fluid handling expert Diba Industries’ manufacturing facilities feature an ISO certified Class 7 / Fed Std Class 10,000 cleanroom to meet the needs of customers with high purity and particle-free assembly requirements. The flexible 600ft2 square foot space can be configured to accommodate a team of workers for high volume production of tubing assemblies, kits and integrated manifolds complete with valves, flow regulators and other controls.
“Diba’s OEM customers are global leaders in diagnostics, life sciences and medical devices,” explained John Auer, Quality, Health, Safety & Environmental Manager. “Increasingly, they are looking to us for a seamless one-stop solution. From helping a customer develop the initial specification, through design, manufacture and assembly to packaging, Diba can provide a complete and customised solution. Our cleanroom helps complete that seamless one-stop solution they seek,” says Auer.
Diba employees are trained in cleanroom protocol to ensure consistent quality standards. Diba’s cleanroom procedures are integrated into the Diba Quality Management System.
Sample cleanroom projects include assembly and testing of a diffusion bonded manifold complete with flow restrictors, rocker valves and tubing assemblies with temperature controls. For another original equipment manufacturer, Diba assembled and packaged kits with tubing assemblies, filters and other consumable accessories.
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