Dover, Kent (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Following a laboratory and factory tour, local MP Charlie Elphicke opened MET’s class 7 clean room. It is available for subcontract production services under ISO 13485 Manufacturing is provided for all classes of medical devices and for drug delivery devices.
The clean room is ISO 14644 validated and houses pouch making and sealing machines for sterile barrier packaging. It is set up for clinical trial quantity production and early stage product delivery. Processes available include assembly, bonding, component sourcing, quality assurance and shipment to steriliser.
These medical device subcontract assembly services are backed by several key engineers each with over 25 years experience in the design of devices and the project management of device development. Also, laboratory a ISO 17025 accredited laboratory is located on the same site. This lab has been testing medical devices since 1997. This combination of services provides a simplified pathway to proving a new product design in the laboratory and producing small quantities for testing and for clinical trials.