The correct cleanroom cleaning procedures and maintenance protocols are an immediate, low-cost measure designed to enhance overall cleanliness and contamination avoidance in cleanrooms. McKechnie Cleaning Services has a large number of cleanroom areas, from some of the largest multinational to the smallest specialised food companies in the world. We have a proven track record as well as extensive experience and knowledge working with cleanrooms. All of our cleaning operatives are fully trained in line with each of our client’s specific requirements and GMP.

We are ISO9001:2015 certified and follow strict cleanroom protocol to ensure the highest industry standards are met. In partnership with our client’s we achieve the standards required for FDA and IMB Audits. We work on the GMP – specially tailored for each area and understand the needs and demands of our clients which often vary depending on industry. We run a full division of teams solely for propose of bio & cleanroom cleaning.

At McKechnie Cleaning Services we have fully trained and designated teams to provide emergency, on call services, at short notice, 24/7, to ensure our client’s needs are met at all times. We provide cleanroom cleaning service not only to our contracts but also as once off cleans. We often work with other multinational companies in preparing them for a pre-planned audit or deep clean of their cleanroom areas. We bring to them what we bring to our everyday clients:

According to ISO a clean room is: “A room in which the concentration of airborne particles is controlled, and which is constructed and used in a manner to minimize the introduction, generation, and retention of particles inside the room and in which other relevant parameters, such as temperature, humidity and pressure are controlled as necessary.”

What is involved in Cleaning of a Clean Room?
• Deep Clean & specialised cleaning of cleanrooms and sterile areas
• Daily, weekly or monthly basis.
• Periodic cleaning (quarterly, annually)
• Precision equipment cleaning/wall and ceiling cleaning.
• Wipe down, 70% IPA usage, sanitizing and sterilizing.
• Organising & sorting of these areas to full GMP standards