ISO Cleanroom was set up by the founder, Toni Horsfield to plug a gap in the market for simple, honest cleanroom support
‘It has been my experience that if you mention the word cleanroom the price for almost every component part doubles. There is always a lot of justification but I believe that the principles of good cleanroom design are relatively straight forward.’Toni Horsfield, ISO Cleanroom.
Toni is a designer with 22 years’ experience in commercial design.
In 2013 she took over the Clean Tent product line for Moorfield Nanotechnology with the brief to grow the division for sale over a 5 year period. Moorfield Nanotechnology and Clean Environments was sold to Judges Scientific PLC in December 2019.
One of the first things that Toni did was to reposition the Clean Tent product line to form a distinct division between it and Moorfield Nanotechnology, creating the Clean Environments brand known and loved by their loyal customer base.
‘We have always aimed to surpass our customers’ expectations and this has stood us well against the competition but at the end of the day, you don’t work with our client base unless you really know your stuff.’Toni Horsfield, ISO Cleanroom.
We work with some of the world’s largest brands including;
NASA, Airbus Defence and Space in partnership with ESA, Boeing, Rolls Royce, RAF, F1, Sony, Microsoft, Dolby, Bosch Rexroth, Continental and Balfour Beatty.
We proudly support world leading researchers through;
British Antarctic Survey, U.S. National Science Foundation and the U.K. Natural Environment Research Council, The Royal Observatory, Catalyst Satellite, Oxford University, Cambridge University, Warwick University, Manchester University, King Collage London, Moorfield Eye hospital, Birmingham Children’s hospital, The Bloodhound project and many more.
We have designed and installed cleanrooms for sculptures to go to the moon, field cleanrooms for the military and cleanrooms on trains for use in the Channel Tunnel. You could say that cleanrooms is a dry subject but not with our clients! I get so excited to hear about your projects. The more unusual the better!