Biora Grow Chambers

Achieving precise research environments through control technologies.
Biora Growth and Research Chambers.

Walk-In and Reach-In Chamber Solutions for the Biotechnology, Agricultural and Research Industries


MineARC's Biora Plant Growth and Research Grade Chambers allow for the development, refinement and repetition of specific growth and testing conditions within the biotechnology, agriculture and science fields. Our successful capabilities in creating controlled environments for industrial safety has allowed to design and develop reach-in and walk-in grow chambers that meet the specific needs of various industries.

Designed specifically for science and agriculture, MineARC's Biora Chambers provide maximum flexibility to meet changing research or production necessities; allowing for clients to have control over every part of the design, scoping and manufacturing process.

Applications that MineARC can cater to include plant growth and germination, tissue culture sampling, cannabis, entomology, incubation and algae.

Biora Walk-In Grow Chambers

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Interior image of a Biora Plant Growth Chamber for Medical Cannabis Production

Biora Walk-In Chambers are designed for the agricultural industry to sustain precise conditions in order to maximise production capabilities and quality.

With both Portable and Modular Options, Biora Walk-In Grow Chambers are available in a range of sizes; providing a flexible solution to controlled environment requirements.

Biora Chambers provide a significantly higher output than standard container farms, due to the purpose-engineered gas monitoring, LED lighting and cooling technology that allow for precise environmental control.

All componentry is designed, manufactured, installed, commissioned and serviced by MineARC Systems.

Research Grade Options

Biora Walk-In Chamber with PC2 certification designed for research application.

Biora Grow Chambers can be engineered to cater specifically to science and research applications. Research Grade Chambers are customised during the design and manufacturing process to suit client requirements, industry recommended standards and best practice.

MineARC can offer PPC-2 and PPC-3 certifiable laboratory for working with plant pests. This can include a pressurised airlock designed to protect the internal environment upon entry, removing the risk of contamination. Alternatively, passive anterooms are also available, allowing a multi-room configuration with individual environmental control.



Industry Impact

How We've Been Recognised

AusBiotech Members

WA Awards

Association of Biosafety (ABSANZ) Members

WA Awards

WA Telstra Business of the Year 2019

WA Awards

Winner of the 2010, 2012 & 2013 Western Australian Industry & Export Awards

WA Awards

National Finalist in the 2013 Australian Export Awards

WA Awards

Bureau Veritas ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems certified

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Australian C-Tick Standards: AS4100-1998, AS3570.1-18, AS2208, AS3000, AS1716-15

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United States National Electrical Code (NEC) 2013/14

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European CE Certified to Machinery Norms

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HMI Control and Remote Monitoring

HMI Control System for Controlled Environment
Biora HMI Control Screen on Face of Chamber

Biora's industry-leading control system allows for intuitive programming and remote, web-based management. Enjoy real-time monitoring of all control processes, with the ability to access 12 months worth of historical data.

Biora’s integrated control system enables real-time remote monitoring, providing confidence that your Biora Chambers are operating efficiently and effectively at all times. The system continuously monitors all vital control programs, sending alarms and push notifications (email and text message) via Ethernet and/or WiFi.

In addition to it’s remote monitoring capabilities, the system can also be accessed by a user-friendly touchscreen HMI Control Panel, located on the face of each Biora Chamber. The 7” high resolution, user-friendly touch screen can be customised with various levels of security to ensure your project is kept safe and secure at all times.

Lighting Control

Lighting for Plant Growth in Controlled Environments
LED Lighting Effects on a Chickpea Plant in a Biora Growth Chamber

Supplementing light will affect plant growth and the development of metabolic processes. Optimal light conditions will vary across plant variety, crop and region. Adjusting light wavelength will impact disease resistance, taste and nutrition. Variations on light intensity, direction and distribution are just some of the conditions that can be manipulated within a Biora Walk-In or Reach-In Chamber.

MineARC’s technical experts and engineers can advise clients on the best lighting solution for their application from a wide range of  lighting solutions.

Colour Balancing Eye Protection

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Grow rooms generate significant amounts of light that is ideal for plant cultivation - however not for the human eye, which requires broad spectrum light to focus, recognise shapes, notice movement, and see colour.

With Biora Method Seven Glasses, protect the eye from harmful UVA, UVB and UVC rays, as well as infrared heat; all while correcting colour imbalances and restoring natural vision.

Choose from a range of LED and HPS Glasses, in numerous styles, as well as Biora's 'perfect colour' camera lens filters.

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