Medical & Pharmaceutical Machining Service
Trusted machined parts manufacturer for the medical & pharmaceutical industries in the UK
- Reliable engineering partner
- 99.8% quality standard and high customer satisfaction
- Understands and works with validated processes
We regularly manufacture components for production, design and R&D engineers in medical, health care, life sciences and pharmaceutical industries.
We understand the importance of validation in the pharmaceutical and medical industries. Our ISO 9001:2015 certification, close attention to detail and rigorous inspection regime means we’re an ideal partner for the sector.
The components we manufacture are frequently used for production tooling, packaging and processing machinery replacement and spare parts, R&D fixtures, testing, analysis and product development.
We closely review every enquiry we receive, take the time to understand the requirements and maintain excellent communication throughout the manufacturing process to ensure all our customers' specifications are met.
This genuine interest and understanding of both the industry and what our customers expect is reflected in the high quality of work we produce.
Working with Penta will allow you to:
- Trust in a quality finished product
- Meet project and buying deadlines
- Spend less time chasing suppliers
- Talk to someone about design advice
- Focus on the vital parts of your job role
GET HEALTHCARE MACHINING QUOTE
We build close working relationships with customers all over the UK due to the consistency, reliability and quality of our machining service.
Our skilled team have the ability to machine from hard copy drawings, 2D and 3D electronic files, and regularly work with manufacturing and project engineers to re-engineer components from samples.
Further information about types of healthcare components we machine as well as our quality excellence and 'secret sauce' can be found in the tabs below.
Our Work: Examples
Scroll through some examples of the medical parts we have machined. Click on the image to see enlarged version plus information on machining process, material and tolerance.