Zentech Manufacturing Adds Advanced Clean Room Capability

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Zentech Manufacturing Inc., in support of a major customer engagement in the Homeland Security market segment, is pleased to announce the addition of a sub-Class 5 cleanroom operating environment.

This facility addition, located in Zentech’s Baltimore location, will be utilized for final assembly processes of precision optics to support leading-edge biometric technologies for a wide range of government and commercial applications, as well as for mainstream Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) applications. 

Zentech is a premier electronics contract manufacturing company offering PCB (printed circuit board) design, SMT assembly, and PCBA testing services. 

The cleanroom features Air Science Purair LF Hoods that are ISO 3, Federal Class 1 rated. ISO cleanroom classifications are rated by the amount of airborne particulate matter existing per cubic meter. Air Science Purair laminar flow cabinets are a series of high efficiency products designed to protect equipment and other contents of the work zone from particulates.  At the heart of the cabinet product line is the specialized filtration technology that creates a clean work environment over a wide range of applications. 

Zentech's two locations in Baltimore, MD and Fredericksburg, VA are ISO 9001 certified and contain equipment and controls to handle the latest printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) technology. Our equipment, systems and processes are optimized for flexibility in building complex products that have medium volume/high mix requirements.

We thrive when our customers thrive, so we make every effort to help ensure the success of our customers. Zentech is a turnkey operation and provides a high level of production/manufacturing engineering support. 

Our certifications include ISO 9001, AS 9100, ISO 13485, DD2345, ITAR Certified, J-STD001 with Space and IPC Class 3 Trusted Source Validation Services Recognized.

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