ISO Cleanroom UK Solutions

ISO Class Cleanrooms Services - Design, Testing & Maintenance

ISO Cleanroom can design, validate and maintain industry-leading ISO class cleanroom environments. We offer cleanroom solutions according to your specifications giving you the most appropriate classified environment for your process.

The ISO System is a permanent cleanroom system

The ISO System is designed to give you a gold standard clean environment coupled with maximum flexibility.

Construction of the cleanroom frame takes place in our factory and so installation on site is quick and clean meaning that we can get your cleanroom operational in a matter of weeks.

We design each ISO system to suit your very particular process and validation requirements be those ISO 14644 or EU GMP.

UK-wide availability
ISO 14644 series of classification
EU GMP
Cleanroom testing and validation to ISO 14644 series

ISO Cleanroom provide independent ‘as built’, ‘at rest’ and ‘in operation’ validation reports for all your controlled environments. From cleanrooms to clean enclosures to laminar flow booths when working with ISO Cleanroom you will receive a dedicated engineer to track your cleanroom data through the years. 

Working within the ISO 14644 series and EU GMP criteria we are specialists in the design and validation of cleanrooms from ISO 8 (FS209E class 100,000) to ISO 5 (FS209E class 100).  GMP Grade A to D. 

ISO 14644 series of classification
A full range of testing
UK-wide availability

Solution based cleanroom design and specification. Our main priority is to understand your process in order to help you to deliver the right clean solution for your project.

We will provide full design drawings and specification of materials and filtration requirements to meet your brief. 

We design positive pressure cleanrooms, clean showers and portable cleanrooms to the ISO 14644-1 standards, protecting your process from airborne contaminants. 

Full working drawings created
Product sourcing included
Fan filter units, HEPA filters and controls

We are specialists in providing both planned and emergency maintenance for your controlled environments.  

Planned cleanroom monitoring visits include recording the cleanroom pressure, leak testing to the filters, monitoring of the temperature and humidity of the cleanroom, airflow velocity and validation. 

Emergency maintenance can be arranged quickly and efficiently and includes a management plan for the cleanroom whilst the works are completed.

Planned and emergency callouts
All necessary monitoring types
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ISO 14644 defines a cleanroom as;

“A defined space within which the number and concentration of airborne particles is controlled and classified, and which is constructed and operated in a manner to control the introduction, generation, and retention of contaminants inside the space.”

ISO 14644 is the global standard for cleanroom design and validation, but some industries and countries do still reference the old American Federal Standard 209D which defines a cleanroom as;

“A room in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled to specified limits.”

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The use of cleanrooms is diverse. Products from a wide variety of sectors manufacture goods that require the contamination control provided by a cleanroom. You will commonly find cleanrooms in companies producing electronics, semiconductors, micromechanics, optics, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, food and drink, and hospitals.

Research & development specialists across industry sectors are keen to control their manufacturing and test conditions and cleanrooms often play a crucial role in their work.

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We believe that the key to providing a successful cleanroom solution is in the brief; specifically making sure that there is a deep understanding of the customers unique requirements for their cleanroom before a design is considered. We are very interested in the process; the stages that your product goes through from raw materials and component parts to finished item. As this usually highlights any points for potential contamination that would need to be addressed as part of the cleanroom design.

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We have worked with some of the world's largest brands

And leading researchers

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