When people think about where their consumer goods are produced, most imagine busy factories with long lines of workers.
Maybe these are in far-off places in the developing world. Perhaps they’re not exactly the cleanest facilities. Certainly, a few standing fans and a water cooler are enough to get by on, right?
Cleanliness in Labs
It might surprise you to learn that many of your favorite products are actually made in labs. These labs need the highest levels of cleanliness to keep consumers like you safe. The HVAC system plays a crucial role in maintaining cleanliness, especially in the age of COVID.
Any bit of bacteria growth can have dire consequences.
This is especially true with food, skin, or other consumable products.
That includes laboratories servicing the pharmaceutical, wellness, skincare, cosmetic, and food sectors.
Our extensive experience working with the pharmaceutical sector has been instrumental in our development of custom-engineered solutions.
We’ve partnered with major multinational companies like Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, Roche, and Pfizer to assist in their HVAC needs.
Bristol Myers Squibb
Take this example of Bristol Myers Squibb’s 460,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Puerto Rico. We replaced seven existing units nearing the end of their life cycles.
The pharmaceutical giant wanted super-quality units that would prevent condensation given the humid climate of the island. This meant corrosion-proof stainless steel would be necessary with all construction.
Stainless steel is one of the most hygienic materials because it is easy to clean, non-absorbent, and resistant to most damage.
Our thermal isolation breaks further helped to solve the facility’s condensation issue as it eliminates droplet formation.
In addition to all this, we supplied next-generation enclosed systems to facilitate the most hygienic environment possible.