About Clean Room Molding
Seaway Plastics Engineering and Wright Engineered Plastics have cleanroom molding to cater to customers in the medical industry who need to ensure their parts are clean before arrival and use. Wright’s Santa Rosa facility meets ISO Class 8 specifications, while Seaway’s Brooksville facility meets ISO Class 7 specifications for cleanroom approved plastics.
Both classes define the need to control the particulates and contaminants that can enter the room before, during, and after molding. Our Class 7 cleanrooms are climate controlled with special HEPA filters that remove airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, and our Class 8 cleanrooms have filters that remove particles as small as 0.5 microns.
Both the Seaway and Wright facilities meet the ISO 13485 certification standards required to manufacture most medical devices, but our cleanrooms also meet the needs of businesses in other industries that require a cleanroom environment for the production of electronics, pharmaceutical packaging, automotive parts, and more.
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Medical Device Manufacturer
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Lab Equipment Manufacturer
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Seaway Plastics Customer
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