How can we help you?
All Unigro products are custom designed and built to your specific requirements and budget. Furthermore, our controlled environments can be used for a range of applications such as biological research, commercial horticultural production, quarantine, plant propagation, industrial and military, zoos and tropical houses.
Ancillary products and consumables are also available to complement and maintain your controlled environment facility.
We make a range of products that can be used in varying sectors.
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- Biological Research
- Quarantine Research
- Industry and Military
- Sports, training and aclimatisation
- Zoos and tropical houses
The high standards required by today’s expert scientists in their research, demand equally high standards from the facilities and equipment at their disposal. The GroRoom range of controlled environment walk-in chambers are designed by Unigro to offer a bespoke solution, ensuring the conditions to meet all research requirements.
Developed from the contained research range The facilities are designed and are available with a host of additional equipment including: autoclaves, incinerators and sterilisation units.
Industry and Military
A range of environmental test chambers for various applicationsincluding: humidity and temperature, equipment testing and weather testing. Unigro can offer a bespoke solution for your requirements.
Sports, training and aclimatisation
C E facilities which can replicate various climate conditions from around the world to allow athletes to train and provide performance testing in sports and science rooms.
Zoos and tropical houses
Unigro can create the perfect conditions and environment to house your precious animal collections. Its highly controlled environmental technology with building management control will provide safety and ensure your facilities operate at maximum efficiencies.
Have a read of our latest case study of the walk-in chambers complex we completed at the National Institute of Agricultural BotanyÂ ï»¿
The warm weather at the beginning of 2014 boosted the number of butterflies, a survey has found @BBCEnvironment http://t.co/gfKzUuWmHU
15/01/2015Unigro completes build of propagation glasshouse at Kew Gardens