Cleanroom Film and Bags has expanded its manufacturing footprint with a facility powered by 440 solar panels
Cleanroom Film and Bags (CFB), a division of C-P Flexible Packaging, has expanded its manufacturing footprint with a new solar-powered and ISO-certified facility in Placentia, California.
This expansion allows the company to meet increased demand for high-quality, certified cleanroom packaging for a growing customer base, while remaining true to CFB's 100% American-made commitment.
The cleanrooms have environmental monitoring climate systems and a fully equipped laboratory
The modernised facility features ISO-certified cleanrooms with environmental monitoring climate systems and a fully equipped laboratory. CFB's sterile packaging is manufactured within controlled cleanrooms, processed from raw materials to a finished, vacuum-sealed product without ever leaving the cleanroom environment.
Ten extrusion blown film lines are integrated with the cleanrooms' converting equipment. This unique process maintains a superior level of cleanliness.
The new facility also highlights CFB's commitment to sustainability. With 440 solar panels, the plant is one of Orange County's largest solar deployments, generating one-third of the cleanroom facility's energy.
Jaime Read, General Manager of CFB, said: "We are very excited about this expansion, which enhances our capacity and speed-to-market."
Michael Hoffman, CEO of C-P Flexible Packaging, said: "CFB's new state-of-the-art cleanroom facility raises the bar for cleanroom manufacturing. This new facility allows us to continue to meet the demand of our clients, stay at the forefront of cleanroom innovation and demonstrate our commitment to environmental responsibility."