Cleanroom provider ThermoEx signs MOU with University Malaya

Published: 19-Jun-2024

ThermoEx Engineering has signed an MOU with University Malaya's Nanotechnology and Catalysis Centre (NANOCAT) to enhance educational tools

ThermoEx Engineering, a cleanroom engineering solutions provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with University Malaya, Nanotechnology and Catalysis Centre (NANOCAT).

This strategic partnership aims to enhance educational tools and promote the development of environmentally friendly packaging solutions.

ThermoEx will collaborate with University Malaya to develop and implement the SIMPLE PARAMETER, an innovative tuition tool designed to streamline and enhance the educational experience for engineering students.

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Additionally, the partnership will focus on evaluating the physical and chemical properties of recycled cardboard paper to develop sustainable, paper-based food packaging materials. These initiatives underscore ThermoEx’s commitment to sustainability and reducing environmental impact.

Johze Low, founder and CEO of ThermoEx said: "Our partnership with University Malaya represents a significant step forward in both educational advancement and sustainable development. We are committed to leveraging our technological innovations to foster a more sustainable future."

Simple parameter

ThermoEx has self-developed a simplified and automated computation formula using Excel to calculate multi-dimensional design parameters. With this pre-set formula, the design team can complete the design parameters for a cleanroom within 2 hours, a significant improvement over the traditional 2-day manual process used by cleanroom consultancy firms.

With this pre-set formula, the design team can complete the design parameters for a cleanroom within 2 hours

Additionally, ThermoEx aims to transform recycled cardboard paper into sustainable food packaging materials, contributing to environmental conservation and reducing waste.

ThermoEx’s dedication to ESG principles and technological development is evident in their ongoing projects and partnerships. By collaborating with academic institutions like University Malaya, ThermoEx not only contributes to the academic community but also pushes the boundaries of sustainable engineering practices.

The company’s initiatives aim to create a lasting impact on the environment and the community, reflecting their commitment to social responsibility and environmental stewardship.


Image credit: ThermoEx Engineering

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