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February  2009 - Royal Observatory at Edinburgh order cleancube extension to connect an existing clean room to the space simulator vacuum chamber.

                                                                                                                                  

January 2009  - Nanoeprint order Class 1000 clean tent model CT1700 for pilot line production of a novel electronic on plastic concept. http://www.nanoeprint.com/home/

                                                                                                                                  

October 2008 -  Nanotechnology Laboratory with adjoining outer laboratory for Professor Julie MacPhersons group is now completed and open. The group are continuing scientific research into carbon nanotubes and have already made significant advances in CVD growth processes.

                                                                                                                                  

May 2008 - Cleantent has launched more clean room furniture products including  a low footprint gowning room shelf with coat hanger rail under to save space, a range of stainless steel drawer units and a custom design and build facility for special furniture requirements.

                                                                                                                                  

April 2008 - Cleantent is back down in Warwick working on another clean room. This is an ISO6, Class 1000 Nanotechnology Laboratory with adjoining outer laboratory for Professor Julie MacPhersons group  Follow this one as it happens stage by stage in the Gallery of Warwick 2....... more details to follow....

                                                                                                                                  

     September 2006 - Rutherford Appleton Laboratory ordered a CT1700 Clean-Tent for the ISIS project. A large scientific instrument was  assembled in the  Clean-Tent prior to being installed into a vacuum system. Les Jones, the senior instrumentation designer on the project, commented that the CT1700 was the best option for the Class 1000 environment that they needed for the job, because the floor space was only assigned as a temporary measure and the delivery timescales were tight ( 3 weeks from order).

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