Timeline

With Over 130 Years of Experience, Knowledge and Innovation, Micronclean continues to lead the way.

Micronclean Timeline

2017

MicronDevices Cleanroom

 Micronclean opened a new  ISO Class 6 / EU GMP Grade C cleanroom facility specifically for the production  of medical devices such as syringe packs and other customised sterile packs. 

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2015

ISO 50001

Micronclean embraced ISO 50001 the Energy Management Standard to demonstrate its continuing commitment to the environment and to formalise its existing energy reduction initiatives.

2013

Expanded Consumables Offering

Micronclean acquired Guardline Technology in order to expand its cleanroom consumable offering. The enhanced cleanroom consumable business is now run out of a single dedicated facility in Skegness.

2011

ISO Class 5 Manufacturing Cleanroom

Micronclean opened a new  ISO 5 cleanroom in Skegness for the manufacture of cleanroom consumables. The room was specifically designed to permit the safe dosing of alcohol into trigger sprays and wipes.

2007

ISO 13485 Accreditation

Micronclean became registered to ISO 13485, the medical device standard, and launched a range of sterile medical devices.

2003

ISO Class 6 Laundry

Micronclean opened an ultra-modern laundry  in Louth, validated to ISO 6 with an original capacity of 120,000 garments per week. This facility remains the most technically advanced class 6 laundry in Europe.

1997

ISO Class 4 Laundry

Micronclean opened a brand new cleanroom laundry  in Skegness,  this ISO 4 (GMP Grade B) cleanroom laundry uses a high purity Reverse Osmosis water system.

1989

High Capacity Barrier Plant

A high capacity barrier plant was built at Grantham which was the first workwear laundry in the UK to physically separate soiled and clean garments.

1987

ISO 9001 Accreditation

Micronclean becomes the first laundry to obtain Quality Management System BS 5750 (now BS EN ISO 9001) for its process and garment rental operation.

1981

First Cleanroom Laundry

We designed and patented a laundry decontamination system for garments which were to be worn in cleanrooms and so created our first cleanroom laundry in Skegness.

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1929

A Family Owned Business

Cedric Fry purchases the Skegness Steam Laundry starting the family ownership that continues to this day. Within a decade the laundry has become the largest in Lincolnshire.

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1883

 Skegness Steam Laundry

The Skegness Steam Laundry starts providing a service to the hotels and boarding houses which were rapidly being built in Skegness.

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