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Your prescription for success

Pharmaceuticals have come a long way since Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin. These days, new wonder drugs, health care products and life-saving vaccines are produced every day. And at every stage of production – from research, development and manufacturing, to energy storage and transport – today’s medicines are made under sterile conditions and strict temperature and humidity levels.

So when there’s no room for mistakes, you need rental power, temperature-control, battery storage and dehumidification equipment that’s second to none.

Temperature control that won’t leave you sweating

Every instrument, incubator, refrigerator and specimen needs to be maintained under the right conditions – round the clock, every day of the year. We understand that a fluctuation of just one or two degrees can ruin years of research and work. 

So, whether you’re working in a research laboratory, production room, or warehouse,

We can provide temperature-control equipment that won’t let you down.

What’s more, our technicians have the skills and experience to correctly calibrate our equipment to your needs – helping your pharmaceutical operations keep running at their best.

Squeaky clean from top to bottom

Keeping a pharmaceutical room clean takes a lot more effort than simply mopping the floor and wiping the worktops. Your sterile environment needs to be completely free of dust, microbes, or chemicals that can pollute your products – a job that calls for a reliable heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. And if your air conditioning breaks down, you’re in big trouble. But we can fix things quickly. We can install temporary chillers and air-handling systems to keep your operations in tip-top condition while you get things fixed.

Timely turnarounds

Producing drug and health products takes endless rounds of culturing, formulating, harvesting, milling, grinding and testing. And this can take a toll on your temperature-control equipment. Somewhere down the line, you’ll need to maintain, repair, upgrade or replace this critical kit – which can put your production and quality levels at risk.