Device Assembly

Electromechanical Assembly

Providien supplies a full range of innovative and comprehensive engineering support for the design, testing, and manufacture of a wide range of mechanical assembly and electromechanical assembly products. From bearing life calculations using the latest COBRA software to solid-model design, we can save you time and money on your next custom assembly.

What is the Difference Between Mechanical assembly and Electromechanical Assembly?

Electromechanics combines electrical and mechanical processes and procedures gathered from electrical engineering and mechanical engineering drafted plans.

ElectroMechanical Assembly is the process of putting together the equipment that controls the flow of electrical current needed to operate everyday mechanical equipment such as pacemakers, cell phones, and thermostats.

While mechanical assembly involves putting together the different parts that make up a tool or product, electromechanical assembly adds the electronic element of that product to the process. Providien specializes in manufacturing devices that use both of these technologies.

Providien is a leading manufacturer of clinically superior medical devices that depend on electromechanical functions to ensure unsurpassed reliability and performance.

Providien is ISO 13485 certified and is a supplier to FDA-critical and PPAP standards.


What is ISO 13485 Certified?

ISO 13485 is an International Organization for Standardization which represents and established the requirements for comprehensive quality management for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

ISO 13485 is now considered to be inline standard and requirement for medical devices. Certification via ISO 13485 standards ensures a company is committed to top-quality production and is using the most up-to-date standards and specifications as they manufacture their products.

FDA Critical and PPAP Standards

PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) is a standardized process in the manufacturing industry that helps implement the highest levels of communication and production approval processes throughout the journey from design to completion of a product. PPAP helps to ascertain that the manufacturer and the client are on the same page when it comes to the specifications needed to create the product that the client is seeking in the highest quality form.

Similarly, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has quality standards that it promotes and encourages to medical device manufacturing facilities so that medical devices are manufactured to be safe as well as effective. Providien adheres to both the FDA Critical and the PPAP standards in order to provide top-of-the-line medical devices.

The Highest Quality Products

Providien has expertise with Class II and Class III electromechanical assembly in finished medical devices.  In layman’s terms, this means that Providien has the experience and expertise to manufacture medical devices that require even the highest level of regulatory control. Our experienced team has been manufacturing these types of class II and III devices for over 20 years in our state of the art manufacturing and assembly facility in Tijuana, Mexico.

Let the Providien team’s extensive experience and commitment to superior quality provide you with the peace of mind and confidence needed for the assembly of your complex medical devices.  Our robust validation and transfer protocols ensure a smooth launch for your electromechanical assembly product and finished medical device.

Providien is an established manufacturer that focuses on improving product quality and reliability while reducing time-to-market and costs.