Minnesota Rubber and Plastics (Minneapolis) has doubled cleanroom manufacturing capacity at its Litchfield, MN, facilities in response to rapid growth of the company’s medical and pharmaceutical business.
A supplier of high-performance elastomer and thermoplastics molding services to the medical device industry, Minnesota Rubber and Plastics added a new Class 8 cleanroom at its 70,000-square-foot Litchfield manufacturing facility, the company announced in a press release today.
The highly automated operations include horizontal injection and vertical compression/transfer presses for processing elastomers and liquid silicone rubber. Medical processing capabilities at the plant include contaminant-free white room and cleanroom molding, finishing and assembly of complex medical device components and assemblies.
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