March began with the announcement that we would be leaving our Kilnside home at the end of the month. Units 5 & 6 have been our home since 2005 and was the site for incredible growth for the company. While seeing the buildings be slowly emptied throughout March was a strange exercise, our new HQ move in April really has energised and inspired our team!

Out on the road our Installation Team were joined by our former employee Dan Wells, who has returned to Monmouth Scientific. Dan will be based in the London and Cambridge regions to both install and service our products. We’re really pleased to welcome Dan back wish him the best of luck in his new role with us.

Our Engineer Team were out and about across the country installing more Class 2 Biological Safety Cabinets including a Ducted unit. The MSC1800 unit, installed by our Install Engineer Ali at Fleet Bioprocessing in Hampshire. The firm experts in immunoassay development and will use the unit to expand and continue their life science research. The Cabinet, when connected to ducting, can also protect from hazardous chemistry.

Our Class 2 Biological Safety Cabinets also received the Royal Seal of Approval, as the Countess of Wessex visited Swansea University. The Countess was able to see how the Scar Free Foundation and Health and Care Research Wales are using our Class 2 Cabinet to advance pioneering 3D bio-printing technology.

At the end of the month, we finally began the move to our New Headquarters. Once we have settled into our new home, if you would like to visit us and enjoy a tour of our facility, please get in touch. The 48,000 sq/ft Facilty will house our expanding business as we continue our commitment to the Highest Quality Manufacturing, Customer Service and Product Development. 

It’s been quite the journey, and we are very excited about this newest chapter for Monmouth Scientific!

For more information on how our Market Leading Clean Air Solutions can benefit you, contact Monmouth Scientific’s Technical Sales Experts on; +44(0)1278 458090 or email

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