Axenics has been providing quality metal and plastics manufacturing services for more than 30 years to a variety of industries, including the medical device, semiconductor, life sciences, alternative energy, chemical manufacturing and aerospace industries. Our team of certified technicians are committed to helping customers identify and resolve manufacturing systems issues using a customized problem solving approach.
Offering production facilities in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Axenics is committed to consistent high-quality within a variety of complex assembly and manufacturing services, utilizing both metal and plastic tubing.
We are in the business of meeting the needs and requirements for the manufacture and assembly of precision clean process piping and specialized assemblies for commercial and industrial customers. We are dedicated to performing quality workmanship while striving for continuous improvements in our methods. We will make Axenics the standard in all industries we serve.
Standards of Service
To ensure client satisfaction, we focus on the following standards of service:
As a rule of thumb, Axenics is 99% on-time with delivery of our products and services to all customers across every industry. Our commitment to meeting deadlines and time constraints is what sets us apart from others in the industry.
Clean and Repeatable
Reduce Lead Time
Tested for Quality
Axenics, (previously called RenTec) began in 1984 as a solution to meet the specific needs of semiconductor manufacturers who install equipment to make computer chips in an ultra-high purity environment. In fact, this is where the name Axenics came from. Axenic means sterile, or ultra-pure. Back then, Axenics would install the piping, tubing and other equipment that supplied pure gases and liquids to the manufacturing equipment for pioneering chip makers like Digital, IBM and others.
As the demand for equipment subassemblies and solutions for other component manufacturing equipment requiring a pure environment grew, Axenics began making components and subassemblies in their own high-purity component manufacturing facilities. Today we take great pride in knowing that many of the OEM companies we started making subassemblies and components for, now employ us to do contract manufacturing for complete systems.