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ISO Certifies II-VI for Biomedica Design, Assembly

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Engineered material and optoelectronic component developer II-VI Inc. has received ISO 13485 certification for its product development center in Dallas to support the design and manufacture of FDA-approved biomedical assemblies.

Rapid advances in life sciences are driving the growing demand for specialized equipment from certified design centers and factories. II-VI provides thermal management solutions for applications in life sciences including genetic analysis, immunoassay, pharmaceutical development, clinical diagnostics, food analysis, agricultural development, environmental analysis, industrial hygiene and identification of bio-threats. II-VI’s array of thermal management solutions includes precision systems for thermal cycling, temperature stabilization, as well as air and fluid temperature control.

II-VI’s design lab conducts extensive performance and reliability tests including mechanical integrity and endurance tests. II-VI’s thermal engines can include thermoelectric modules, cold plates, heat sinks, thermal interface materials, sensors and fans.

II-VI develops products for diversified applications in the industrial, optical communications, military, life sciences, semiconductor equipment and consumer markets.

Apr 2018
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