Integrity Cleanroom’s ISO Class 6 cleanroom at its Suffolk, UK, headquarters is available to clients who require temporary use of cleanroom facilities and is suitable for the high purity packaging of components vital to the fight against Covid-19.
Originally built in response to increased customer demand for repacking services, with clients that manufacture and supply in sectors as diverse as; medical devices, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, electronics, engineering, biomedical industries or any that require clinical packaging, the company is able to broaden this area during the current crisis.
Situated close to major seaports at Harwich & Felixstowe and near to Stansted airport, this ISO Class 6 cleanroom has been designed to ensure easy access and guaranteed transportation solutions. Integrity Cleanroom’s sister company Antistat, is also a major supplier of ESD consumables, so global logistics are part of its everyday operation. Bespoke packing, kitting, relabelling and repackaging are just some of the services the skilled team at Integrity Cleanroom can provide.
Kay Goddard, UK account manager at Integrity, commented: “Integrity Cleanroom has an unrivalled reputation for quality, responsive and reliable solutions delivered with excellent customer service. Our skilled team can provide the product kitting or packing solutions that clients need when outsourcing, processed in a timely manner within a cleanroom environment, to meet your needs and scale.”
As a custom build, the construction of the 624 sq ft cleanroom was specified to ensure the space consistently operates at ISO 6, or better. Technical construction details include:
- walls made from 80mm thick cleanroom panels with a polyester lacquered white food-safe coating to both sides.
- a suspended grid ceiling with vinyl-wrapped tiles
- silicon sealed interlocking panels for an airtight construction
- fully air-conditioned facility, housing an antistatic vinyl floor.
With an absolute focus and attention to detail, and a full paper trail from the standard operating procedure (SOP) to point of despatch, clients regularly use the facility on an ongoing basis, especially since rental costs are scalable and proportional to demand.
The launch of the rental service has also seen investment in staffing and training at Integrity. The GMP-trained, in-house team works to the pre-defined and customer agreed on SOPs to ensure each and every task is correctly processed and recorded, from raw non-sterile end product through to final product spec sterilisation.
Kay Goddard added “Our people are pivotal in providing our cleanroom packing services. The projects and contracts we fulfil every day are unique to each customer and it is essential that our solutions are delivered exactly as expected – the consequences of missing a deadline or failing to work to the SOP would be disastrous for our customers. Our role is to help them to succeed by delivering guaranteed solutions.”
The company is continually broadening its horizons while maintaining an efficient and friendly service synonymous with the group.