Web’s Lateral Flow Diagnostic Center of Excellence, a 6,500-sq-ft facility built specifically for LFI manufacturing, offers the following CMO services: Automated reel-to-reel medical device production; in-house biochemistry lab; reagent deposition; LFI strip manufacturing; and device assembly and packaging.
Web Industries’ medical team has devised processes to help LFI device manufacturers expedite the transition from the research lab to large-volume reel-to-reel production of millions of tests. Web has an LFI economic and manufacturing model available to share with device developers, academic researchers and companies responding to US market needs for COVID-19 test kits.
Certified under ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, Web has multi-color, high-speed printing, slitting and traverse winding, or spooling, lines at its factory in Fort Wayne, IN, the company’s Center of Excellence for converting personal- and home-care products. The recently expanded facility has state-of-the-art equipment for converting nonwoven materials. Web’s team is available to discuss how it can support manufacturers of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical consumables. Most disposable PPE products, such as surgical masks and protective gowns, are made of nonwoven materials.
Currently, Web converts ties and bindings for surgical masks at the Fort Wayne facility, which predominantly processes nonwoven materials for diapers and other personal and home care products.