Spectrum Plastics Group has doubled the its Utah footprint and established a 100,000 sqft manufacturing facility with ISO Class 7 cleanroom space
New Spectrum Plastics Group cleanroom in Utah
Spectrum Plastics Group, a medical components contract manufacturer, has completed expansion of its Sandy, Utah operation. The company has now doubled the site’s footprint and established a 100,000 sqft manufacturing facility with ISO Class 7 cleanroom space.
Across its facilities, Spectrum operates ISO Class 7 and 8 cleanrooms.
The Spectrum Plastics Sandy, Utah operation is the Center-of-Excellence of the company’s Vascular Technologies division, and it is also the former headquarters of Apollo Medical Extrusion, now part of Spectrum Plastics Group.
The facility currently features 15,000 sqft of new ISO Class 7 cleanroom space for the production of complex catheter sub-assemblies and Spectrum projects that the expansion will create over 100 new jobs for operators, technicians and engineers.
The building also features a dedicated area for the Apollo Space Camp experience and training; new braiding, coiling, reflow, tipping and flaring catheter development equipment; and additional front office and meeting room space.
“This expansion is instrumental to accommodating the growth we’ve had while maintaining our excellent quality, service and lead times,” Matt Bills, Senior VP for the Spectrum Plastics Vascular Technologies division.