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Cadence Upgrades Cleanroom

Article-Cadence Upgrades Cleanroom

Image: Cadence Inc. cleanroom assembly
The contract manufacturer serving the medtech and aerospace sectors has upgraded the cleanroom at its Pennsylvania facility.

Contract manufacturer Cadence Inc. has upgraded the cleanroom at its Pennsylvania facility from ISO Class 8 to ISO Class 7. The 2,500-square-foot cleanroom is expandable to 7,500 square feet and is dedicated to the manufacture, assembly, inspection, and testing of medical device and diagnostic products.

“The enhancement to our cleanroom expands what we can now offer our customers in regard to the product quality and the various types of products that we can manufacture and assemble,” said Mark Carper, Director of Operations, in a prepared statement. “We are excited about the new improvements as they further our commitment to finding ways that add value for our customers’ requirements.”

The upgrade also resulted in improved temperature and humidity control. The facility is FDA registered and certified to ISO 13485.

Cadence provides contract manufacturing services to medical device, diagnostics, and aerospace OEMs as well as commercial companies. Headquartered in Staunton, VA, the company operates facilities in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin, in addition to Pennsylvania.

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