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Qosina Adds Class 8 Cleanroom

Article-Qosina Adds Class 8 Cleanroom

Image courtesy of Qosina Qosina's new Class 8 cleanroom
The 1,700-square-foot cleanroom will support expansion of pick-and-pack processes and reduce lead times for single-use medical device components, said Qosina.

Qosina, a global supplier of single-use components for medical device and life science OEMs, has completed construction of a 1,700-square-foot ISO Class 8 cleanroom. The addition to its 95,000-square-foot facility in Ronkonkoma, NY, will support the expansion of pick-and-pack processes, increase capacity, and reduce lead times for customers, Qosina said in today’s announcement.

During the design and construction phases, Qosina said it worked diligently to develop novel shipping techniques for its medical and bioprocessing components. The new cleanroom has 10 workstations designated for its scale counting and repacking process.

“Our new cleanroom was built to accommodate the increased growth of our business, further showcasing our commitment to meet our customers’ most critical component requirements,” said Qosina President and CEO Scott Herskovitz. “This cleanroom further validates that Qosina is an important part of the supply chain for medical device and bioprocess system manufacturing. We want our customers to have the confidence and peace of mind that components manufactured in a cleanroom are always opened and repacked in a similar environment.” 

Qosina offers more than 5,000 products with low minimum order requirements. It also provides just-in-time delivery, modification of existing molds, and new product design and development. Qosina is certified to ISO 13485, ISO 9001, ISO 22301, ISO 45001, and ISO 14001.

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