We get different types of questions. Some deal with difficult technical challenges and other customer questions we can answer directly. So was this customer’s question. The answer to the question was very simple: Yes, we can!
This customer was looking for a party that could assemble for them. Not just any assembly, but in a clean room. These assembled modules had to be applicable in the semiconductor industry. As a basis for microelectronics such as microchips, which we currently desperately need for the development of televisions, smartphones, laptops, but also cars, among other things. Extremely high requirements with regard to cleanliness apply to this assignment.
Within Mevi, we have our own ISO 7 Cleanroom. Here, we can produce very clean products according to a strict procedure. However, the challenge in producing in a Cleanroom lies in meeting the very strict standards that Grade 4 to Grade 1 entail. It is always extra careful with this type of product to make sure it meets the requirements.
Of course, we manufacture all our products exactly according to the specified guidelines, and then we assemble these products. This is done in our ISO 7 cleanroom according to very detailed work instructions to ensure cleanliness. For the cleanroom, we use FLOW cabinets. This ensures that any risk of contamination is excluded.
In principle, we can clean products up to Grade 4 and Grade 3 in our own cleanroom, occasionally also cooperating with a specialised partner in the region. For the very strictest Grade 2 and Grade 1 standards, we rely on a partner in Scotland who specialises in these areas. These standards are so strict that this is a specialisation in itself.
When the parts are assembled, all assemblies undergo an intensive final inspection. UV light is used to check for remaining particles. When the product has passed the final inspection, it is ready to be delivered to the customer.
Are you curious about the other challenging issues for which we were able to come up with a suitable solution? Then take a look at all our cases here.
Or perhaps you yourself are facing a technical challenge for which you are unable to come up with a solution? Feel free to contact us, we would be happy to take a look!
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