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Integrated Composites (ICI) has added a cleanroom environment to its facility in Marina, California, US.
The new lab is currently configured to Class 300,000 per United States Air Fource (USAF) specifications, in order to support ICI’s engineering research and development capability, as well as manufacturing and assembly operations.
”The addition of the new cleanroom will allow us to build virtually any composite structure to any OEM specification,” stated, Preston Sandusky, General Manager for ICI. “The new facilities will play a tactical role in our commitment to maintain ICI’s position as an industry leader in innovation and production of next generation aircraft components.”
The newly constructed cleanroom gives ICI the capability to meet future customer requests for products requiring controlled tolerances of micron level contaminates. The clean room came on-line in early summer of this year.
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