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CleanCube by Guardtech Cleanrooms is a range of mobile cleanroom and laboratory solutions for rapid deployment situations where a controlled environment is necessary.
Ranging from converted portable modular buildings to shipping containers, to 7.5-ton trucks and 3.5-ton Luton Box Vans, the CleanCube range utilises existing portable solutions, cleverly configured to maximise every millimetre of useable space.
Internally fitted out to the same high specification as state-of-the-art static cleanrooms and laboratories, CleanCube includes full electrical and mechanical installation and is configured to the needs of the end-user and the demands of the application. Supported with detailed technical information including drawing packs, operation and maintenance manuals, 3D models and renders.
Commonly used as:
- Bio-Safety Laboratories (BSL 1, 2 & 3)
- Covid-19 Testing Stations
- Covid-19 Diagnostic Laboratories
- Temporary Cleanrooms (ISO 5, 6, 7 & 8)
Internal fit-out options:
- H14 HEPA Filtration (Supply/Exhaust)
- Temperature and Humidity Control
- 13-amp and 3-Ph power outlets
- Positive and Negative Pressurisation
- Available with or without personnel airlock
- Can be branded with your company logo or wrapped with any design
3.5-ton/7.5-ton Box Van, GRP body construction, rear roller shutter or barn doors, plyboard three-seater front cab. 3.5-ton can be driven on a standard UK license, 7.5-ton requires a specialist license and a tachograph will also need to be installed and operated.
Maximum internal dimensions:
3.5t: 4.5m (L) x 2.2m (W) x 2.7m (H) GW 3.5-ton
7.5t: 5.7m (L) x 2.2m (W) x 2.4m (H) GW 7.5-ton
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