Spiralite ductwork is often specified for sterile environments such as laboratories or food preparation or production facilities. These areas have exacting requirements for optimal air quality, at the right temperature and humidity.
The internal cryogenic laminate is significantly more sterile than the metal and non-lined equivalents, both in terms of its composition and surface quality. It has a natural anti-microbial smooth surface with an absence of pitting, preventing the proliferation of microbes and other foreign/hostile organisms. The internal laminate also contains a mould inhibiting agent that further maintains the sterility of the surface.
The unique design helps to avoid the accumulation of dirt and the shape of the duct removes almost all ‘dead spots’ where eddy currents allow dirt to build up, such as within the corners of rectangular ductwork. Our patent protected method allows tighter and more precise cuts which keeps the crevices to a minimum and reduces the build-up of dirt and/or bacteria.
Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital – landmark cancer care centreCrown House / ARUP
Almac Pharmaceutical, Northern Ireland – sterile production environmentGilmore Engineering / Williams & Shaw
Spiralite ductwork is often specified for sterile environments such as laboratories or food preparation or production facilities…