Metropolitan Mechanical Adds Clean Room Fab Facility

MINNEAPOLIS Metropolitan Mechanical Contractors (MMC), a unit of Exelon Services, announced the opening of its new Clean Room Fabrication Facility. With its state-of-the-art facility, MMC is positioned to provide high quality custom parts and sub-assemblies to customers in microelectronics, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other clean room manufacturing environments. Our customers look to us to deliver

MINNEAPOLIS — Metropolitan Mechanical Contractors (MMC), a unit of Exelon Services, announced the opening of its new Clean Room Fabrication Facility. With its state-of-the-art facility, MMC is positioned to provide high quality custom parts and sub-assemblies to customers in microelectronics, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other clean room manufacturing environments.

“Our customers look to us to deliver high quality in the construction of mechanical, plumbing and fire protection systems throughout their facilities,” explained MMC President Mark Anderson. “Our new fabrication facility enables us to provide the same level of quality to their critical manufacturing processes.”

With its new facility, MMC will be able to provide custom fabrication, orbital welding, assembly, cleaning and packaging of stainless steel valves, pipes, fittings and other specialized components to customer specifications. Additionally, MMC will make its equipment and expertise available for application at a customer location.

“By offering our custom fabrication expertise within our own clean room environment as well as on-site, our customers can choose the solution that best meets their individual process needs,” Anderson said.

The Clean Room Fabrication Facility has been certified to Federal Standard 209E, ISO 14644-1, Institute of Environmental Sciences ROP-CC-34.1 and the National Environmental Balancing Bureau’s Procedural Standards for a Class 100 Clean Room by CSI Testing of Minneapolis. The facility includes a Class 100 Clean Room, an attached Quality Control area with a profilometer, pressure testing equipment, a hot 18 meg DI on-demand water system, and a Varion helium leak detection system with inboard testing. The facility also uses Diametric automatic welders with purified and filtered Argon to .003 microns.