Cleanroom construction company unveil the first of their new Guardtech Group subsidiary subsites for portable solutions
THE GUARDTECH GROUP have stepped up their quest to offer the most comprehensive cleanroom package around by launching an exciting new website for their CleanCube Mobile Cleanrooms brand.
The brand-new site – www.cleancube.co.uk – is the first standalone brand subsite to launch since the Guardtech Group was formed at the turn of the year.
Existing and potential future clients will still be able to access support, technical data and general information on every product and service provided by Guardtech at www.guardtech.com – but this launch marks the beginning of a series of new websites the Group will be unveiling to improve their overall customer experience.
The new CleanCube subsite is packed with useful technical information about their extensive range of portable cleanroom models, including comprehensive breakdowns of the Structural, Mechanical & Electrical and Furniture & Equipment options available for buyers.
Guardtech Group Commercial Director Mark Wheeler said: “We’re delighted to finally unveil our exciting new CleanCube website. A lot of planning, thought and attention to detail went into the development of the site.
“We’re confident all that hard work that went into creating this new platform will have a significantly positive impact in how we market and, ultimately provide, our award-winning portable labs and cleanrooms to businesses conducting exciting work all over the world.”
The subsite explains the concept behind Guardtech’s different portable cleanroom solutions, illuminating the make-up of their Mini, Midi and Maxi container models and Mobi and Mobi+ vans, as well as their newly revamped GMP, ISO and CNC internal Specifications.
The GMP Specification is the highest grade of internal fit-out that can be selected for any CleanCube model. All internal components selected are suitable for high grade Pharmaceutical and clinical environments where attention to detail, quality of finish and reduction of ledges is critical.
ISO brings together the most appropriate combination of components to achieve an ISO 14644 classified environment. Balancing a high-quality, clean finish with a cost competitive Specification enables CleanCube ISO to meet the full spectrum of ISO 5 to 8 classification whilst ensuring value for money and time to build remain the critical factors.
CNC is designed to provide a cost-effective balance of componentry that will best suit an unclassified controlled environment, utilising materials that are specified for lower-grade cleanroom builds whilst downgrading some of the mechanical & electrical interfaces typically excluded from cleanrooms. CNC provides a high-grade laboratory finish with off-the-shelf components and plant.
Site visitors can explore the finer details of the different components on offer, picking and choosing the material grade to meet their specific end-user requirements.
Having already launched their innovative ‘online cleanroom builder’ tool – the Isopod Configurator – earlier this year, Guardtech are currently developing a version for CleanCube to sit on the new subsite.
“We’re trying to change the game,” Mr Wheeler adds. “All of the things we’re doing are a means to improve the customer journey, while also demonstrating what an exciting, dynamic, creative and knowledgeable business we have.
“We’re absolutely convinced that this new website, and the others to come, will raise our offering to an even higher level and help us to deliver the complete cleanroom package for our clients for many years to come.”
The Group have also secured a new CleanCube manufacturing facility in Brandon, Suffolk which will give clients the opportunity to view an on-site demo unit.
Manufacturing Manager Michael Burton heads up the new premises – and he’s looking forward to welcoming new customers to CleanCube HQ.
“We’re going to have some fantastic CleanCube models in production throughout the year,” he said, “so any potential visitors are going to get the chance to see some interesting projects if they choose to come on down. We can’t wait to start hosting!”