Stancold have built a strong relationship with this project’s successful main contractor thanks to previous experience together and were selected to complete the cleanroom works as part of this expansion project in Stevenage.
As the project’s design evolved, Stancold worked tirelessly to revise quotations to suit, meeting with the contractor to see the site’s existing cleanrooms and expansion area. This was also where our design and projects teams later clarified construction details, panel layouts and programme to ensure a smooth start to the installation.
Where the new suite will undergo tough cleaning regimes when fully operational, it was key that the products used for the build would be able to withstand such levels. Stancold were pro-active in submitting all technical information for the end user’s approval.
The manufacturing suite utilises the fully flush FM Approved Puracore cleanroom system in order to achieve the desired Grade C & Grade D standard throughout.
Fully flush vision panels with 6mm toughened glass are incorporated within the Aluminium Honeycomb partitioning while all service points are neatly integrated.
Over 100 fully flush single and double personnel doors have been installed, complete with a motion-sensor interlocking network from main corridors to airlock spaces through to cleanrooms, preventing contamination. A walk-on ceiling with a hidden suspension system allows for maintenance access where required, while bump rails within the clean-not-classified corridors and material airlocks add protection to outer cleanroom walls.
Our experienced installation team completed this project in 6 months, where our dedicated workmanship and attention-to-detail demonstrated Stancold’s unrivalled Puracore expertise, from design through to final handover.
Stancold's scope of Puracore cleanroom installation excelled in this project