The expansion will add four small ethylene oxide chambers of various sizes to the existing medium-sized chambers already in use at the Temecula facility. “With the addition of small-volume processing, we are better positioned to support the processing needs of both established medical device manufacturers and regional startup firms,” comments Thad Wroblewski, vice president of sales for STERIS Isomedix Services. “Not only are we able to offer Customers a variety of chamber sizes, the new equipment includes specialty processing options such as low temperature cycles, parametric release and EOExpress® expedited processing.”
In addition to the new chambers, the facility has also updated its existing ethylene oxide processing equipment, including the boilers and chillers. The new chambers will be operational in early 2016.
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