Jenoptik Expands Production Capacity With New Cleanrooms, Testing Capabilities


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Jenoptik, an industry leader in high performance optical systems for healthcare and advanced manufacturing industries, announces the addition of a new class 5 cleanroom, expanded production area and new equipment to further enhance our manufacturing and testing capabilities for the 70,875 square foot Jupiter, Florida facility.

Jenoptik continues to drive innovation with the power of light by investing in advanced equipment to put our customers in the lead. In addition to new state-of-the-art equipment, the new class 5 cleanroom compliments several other existing cleanrooms and is equipped with advanced molecular filtration technology to support applications with demanding cleanliness requirements like EUV and vacuum applications. 

In a separate part of the facility lies a newly expanded flexible manufacturing area that provides room for additional test stations. This space is now equipped with a dedicated modular class 7 cleanroom and raised ceilings that can accommodate an overhead lift to move product, allowing for more production efficiency in a contamination-controlled environment that can be configured as required for future projects. 

Leading equipment manufacturers around the globe rely on Jenoptik’s products to build semiconductor devices, telecommunications equipment, digital projection, mobile devices, augmented reality and industrial automation.

Jay Kumler, President of Jenoptik Optical Systems in North America, commented, "We are investing in differentiating technologies, advanced equipment, and committed to meeting our customers’ expectations for higher levels of cleanliness and contamination control.” 

Jenoptik’s continued expansion in Jupiter, Florida supports increasing customer production requirements for the company’s products. The Jupiter facility designs, manufactures, and services optical systems that enable cutting-edge technologies for OEMs around the globe.

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