Controlled Environments for Biotechnology & Agriculture - Biora Reach-In and Walk-In Chambers
Enjoy the benefits of innovative functionality, versatility, and replication of any environmental condition within a secure and robust modular enclosure.
For each Biora Walk-In and Reach-In Chamber, MineARC offers a consultative design process; what we need for customers to have control over all aspects of the engineering and manufacturing phase.
Biora provides accurate and proven monitoring systems for efficient production of test-controlled and controlled environment agriculture, and can be effectively used in:
- Plant growth
- Tissue culture
- Harvest Sciences and Diseases
- Seeds and their storage and drying applications.
- Medicinal cannabis
What is a Controlled Environment?
A controlled environment is an enclosed area with specific parameters regulated, including temperature, pressure, light, airflow and segregation. The most well-known example of a controlled environment is a laboratory; these rooms have controlled temperatures and pressure, and are separated from other operations. Unlike a clean room, controlled environments do not necessarily have to meet certain standards for particle contamination.
Controlled environments are used across a variety of industries from biotechnology to mining. While the overall purpose and outcomes are different for each sector, the underlining conditions of the controlled environments remain the same.
Being able to control the parameters of an environment to mimic certain conditions gives endless possibilities.