Studying Customer Specifications for Analytical Instruments to Help Optimize Manufacturability and Performance

PremaTech Advanced Ceramics was approached by a publicly traded manufacturer of analytical instruments about some critical fluid handling components from Zirconia to be used in a next generation analytical device.

The Solution

A team of engineers from PremaTech studied the specifications of the customer and recommended several types of zirconia that could work for the particular application. The prototype parts were then fabricated by PremaTech from each grade of material.

After the material is selected by the customer, PremaTech worked closely with the customer's engineers to optimize several critical features and dimensions. This collaboration resulted in PremaTech fabricating a number of design variations that maximized manufacturability and performance. The design was finalized by the customer enabling PremaTech to transition to volume production for one of the components.

The Benefits

With the help of PremaTech the customer filled orders successfully for its next-generation analytical device, and first-year shipments have exceeded the customer's forecast significantly.

The capacity of PremaTech to support R&D and production simultaneously exemplifies the company's ability to give customers a high degree of expertise and outstanding value at all stages of the product life cycle.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by PremaTech Advanced Ceramics.

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