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InterTech Development Company UDI System Announced
Date:4/19/2010

monitor all stages of testing and archive all test data. Above and beyond the UDI system finalized by the FDA for minimum parts traceability requirements, the InterTech UDI system will enable device manufacturers to glean from constantly archiving test data the process improvements they need to make to improve yield, minimize defects, and ensuring that products jeopardizing patient safety are never released to market.”

For more information on the InterTech UDI system or other test technology for the medical device industry please contact Gerald Sim, gsim(at)intertechdevelopment(dot)com,: +847 679 3377, fax: +847 679 3391.

InterTech Development Company (www.intertechdevelopment.com) is a world leader in test-centric assembly and test specializing in automated leak and functional testing with 7 patented mass flow and hydraulic technologies, as well as, helium mass spectrometry (ISO-17025 International Standards for Quality Management). InterTech Development Company-engineered solutions are used by hundreds of manufacturers worldwide. InterTech Development Company’s worldwide support organization maintains offices in North America, Asia, and Europe.


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