Lintel designs adapt to the widest range of industry components, from aluminum parts and machinery-casting to final assembly. Infrastructure requirements include everything from special-foundation pouring to press tunnels and conveyors (Lear, Continental, etc.); building clean-areas for final automotive components assembly in humidity- and temperature-controlled environments (Preh, Pioneer, etc.); potentially simple processes like harness-manufacture (Yazaki), founding processes (Keihin) or even complex transmission (Getrag) and final-body- element assembly (Magna).
Electronics / Electrical appliances
Lintelligence supports design and construction that ranges from class-1000 (i.e., 1000 particles under 0.1 microns) clean-room installation for electronic circuit manufacture to retrofitting existing structures for electronic-industry clean-rooms (EPSON) or high-capacity press design for refrigerator die-cutting.
Lintel designs’ high performance has led to their replication outside Mexico (e.g., Lexmark’s Philippines plant; Electrolux-Flextronics).
Our designs easily respond to industry challenges that arise from new-product market launches.
When LEXMARK created scale equipment prototypes for fusion-toner production, Lintel designed the factory floor where that machinery was to be installed and the hazardous product was to be safely manufactured. Final requirements included explosion-proof walls, blast relief as well as vessel-supporting structures for production in factory mezzanines.
Lintel boasts extensive experience with food-industry international regulations and standards. It means we implement designs for manufacturing process-improvement (e.g., a curing room for Sunrise Confections; dairy-industry “tropicalization” for enhanced construction in the form of a walkable ceiling for Schreiber).
Lintel is an expert when it comes to re-engineering existing structures as well as design-building new production plants whose total manufacturing area is custom-tailored for medical products, including clean-rooms whose standards must exceed even those of operating rooms.
Lintel expertise includes OSHA-auditor-approved safety and hygiene standards.