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We are specialist in cleanroom design and construction that excels in delivering turnkey cleanrooms.

We oversee the complete cleanroom process to design, construct and install fully integrated cleanroom systems. From handling the design, selecting the construction materials and method, to supervising our experienced in-house tradespeople, we closely manage every stage of your cleanroom project.

This turnkey approach allows us to achieve a quality outcome that is far superior to other cleanroom products on the market.

What is a cleanroom?

A cleanroom is a controlled environment that excludes contaminants such as microbes, particles and vapours.

Cleanrooms come in many different shapes, styles and classes. They are usually used for controlled manufacture or research and development applications, and can be custom designed and built to suit your particular requirements.

Cleanrooms are constructed to a specific set of standards. These standards primarily specify the quantity of particles at a certain size that are allowable to be contained within 1m.

Cleanrooms commonly control other internal environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, microbial control, conductivity, and lighting and sound levels.

The objective of all cleanrooms is protection

Cleanrooms protect your people, product or environment and sometimes all three at once.

There are many different standards that govern cleanroom classification, but what you are trying to protect and achieve will dictate the design and specifications of your cleanroom.

For example, some cleanrooms only require a light filtration of air, while other more stringent cleanrooms can require complete laminar flow of highly filtered air.

Why would I need a cleanroom?

From manufacturing food to Ferraris, cleanrooms are seen by nobody and used by everybody.

Most cleanrooms are built for one of three reasons:

1. They are required by law.

2. They are required by a third party (for sub-assemblies) of a larger manufacturing process.

3. They are necessary to minimise failure or recall rates on your product or service.


Cleanrooms are required across a range of industries, including:

Veterinary medicine

Research and development
Industrial manufacture
Food processing
Contract packing
Surgical implants
Single dose drug manufacturing
Manufacturing for international markets
Fibre optics
Military manufacture
Military maintenance
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Each cleanroom classification standard has a specific field of use. For example, the ISO 14644 standard is an international standard that aims to achieve the international standardisation of manufacture.

Is it the mechanical services and cleanroom can approach 90% of electrical demand of the facility.

It is our belief that reducing the eco footprint of a facility does not only benefit the earth and its inhabitants but is also long term financially beneficial to the owner in the long run due to the reduced running costs.