For three decades, Infinity Plastics Group has been a trusted resource for client partners seeking "design for manufacturability" guidance and solid production support for custom plastic injection molded components and assemblies. In 2009, Infinity launched an ISO 13485 registered, Class 7 clean room manufacturing facility to increase our medical support capabilities.
Understanding the need to establish a separate operating model, Infinity chose to construct a new facility on the same 14 acre campus that is home to the main plant. Prior to ground breaking, existing and potential customers were consulted for input on “best practices” for clean room construction and operation. This resulted in a facility that is a “state of the art” class 7 (10.000) clean room.
Capabilities at CleanRoom Solutions include custom injection molding, assembly, final pack, sterilization protocol management and fulfillment.
The total electric, tie-bar-less molding machines are equipped with 6 axis robotics along with “on site” particle-count monitoring make this facility a strong choice for customers seeking state of the art clean room molding and manufacturing. Additionally, one machine is specified with a high torque motor and high-output heater band to give it the capability of easily processing high heat materials such as PEEK (PolyEtherEtherKetone). PEEK is an organic polymer used in demanding engineering applications and is considered an advanced biomaterial for use in orthopedic implants.
Current product mix includes diagnostic meters and strips, surgical pump components, drug delivery components, cardio monitor assemblies, surgical accessories, optical scan products, orthopedic components and contract packaging of sterilized surgical sponges.