Who Are We?
SCHOLLER SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION is a Veteran Owned private family corporation financed by the Scholler family trust. The trust owns the SCHOLLER SCIENTIFIC headquarters building is located at 3250 South Susan street in Santa Ana, CA. Bob Scholler, age 87, has a business career starting back in 1939 and is presently training his 7 grandsons and friends in all phases of the clean room and associated environments technology.
A Clean room 101 class included hands on and head on projects taught by qualified instructors. Recently the Scholler Graduates class project included building a brain tumor research lab. The lab was installed by the grandsons and donated to Dr Carol Kruse to assist in her research to developing a cure for brain tumors and perform stem cell research. The lab and research programs are now funded by Burnham.
The Scholler Team also Designs, Builds and installs Authentic Movie Sets. Bob Scholler has built movie sets for Spielberg’s E.T. the Extraterrestrial – The Boy in Plastic Bubble starring John Travolta- Silk Wood starring Meryl Streep, Cher- The Flight of the Navigator and currently is involved in at least two more high tech productions.
We have the ability to convert a closet, ballroom, The Oval Office, an oversea container, theaters, military or domestic air craft, bus, train and mono-rail cars, school buildings, chemical labs, production plants, paint booth, handicapped ability rooms, churches, chapels, synagogues, and mosks, a museum, store, shopping center, and allergy asthma treatment rooms into a Cleanroom with HEPA/ ULPA/ VULPA Filtered Vector Air Flow.
CAPE – Ability
Clean Air Purification Engineering “At its best”
Scholler Scientific Corporation has hundreds of plans, specifications, models, prototypes, and completed project lists to choose from.
- Convert almost any room into a cleanroom.
- Provide efficient Vector Air Flow pure air supply and exhaust system.
- Provide virtually free air cooling.
- Meet and exceed new International Standards ISO 14644 and 14698.
- Meet and exceed the requirements of USP <797>
- and do it at 1/3 to ½ the cost of conventional cleanroom construction!