For all servicing requirements please telephone +44 (0) 1706 242202

Envair service engineers are factory trained on a comprehensive range of clean air and containment equipment and are fully conversant with all relevant standards and guidelines.

Clean air and containment equipment must be tested and serviced on a regular basis to ensure safety, performance and, of course, compliance with standards, regulations and good manufacturing practice.

As manufacturers with a very wide user base, Envair is well placed to ensure that its service engineers are fully up-to-date with developments in design and technology.

This enables them not just to test and service Envair equipment but to test, service and optimise the performance and function of all clean air and containment installations.

Tests available:

  • Anemometer
  • Smoke Visualisation
  • DOP
  • Particle Counts
  • KI Discus (Operator Protection)
  • Function
  • Physical Inspection
  • Remedial Action Recommendation

Installations covered:

  • Isolators (glove boxes) - all types
  • Class I, II and III microbiological safety cabinets
  • Horizontal and vertical unidirectional (laminar) airflow cabinets and enclosures
  • Powder handling products including downflow booths
  • Fume cupboards
  • Ultra clean air operating theatres
  • Cleanrooms and containment suites
  • Filtration systems
  • Air handling units
  • Controls

Standards and guidelines:

  • ISO 14644 series: Clean rooms and associated controlled environments
  • The Orange Guide
  • EU GMP Annex 1:2008
  • GAMP® 5
  • Pharmaceutical Isolators, Pharmaceutical Press, 2004
  • EN 12469: Biotechnology - Performance criteria for microbiological safety cabinets
  • IEC 61010-1:2001 (BS EN 61010-1:2001) Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. - Part 1: General requirements
  • The management, design and operation of microbiological containment laboratories, ACDP/HSC, 2001
  • HTM 03-01 Specialised ventilation for healthcare premises

Friendly coordinators:

The Service office staff are responsible for co-ordinating all service activities including commissioning, service contracts, call-outs and spares. The office is fully computerised and the engineers' programmes are organised from the office. For new installations and new customers, detailed quotations are produced. For existing service customers, renewal quotes are sent out before existing contracts expire. The aim of the co-ordinators is to provide a friendly and efficient response to all service customers.

Part of the Bassaire Group