VACUU•LAN® vacuum networks offer architects, engineers and lab designers the flexibility to provide vacuum only where it’s clearly needed now, while providing vacuum that conserves bench space and better serves the needs of scientists. Deeper bench vacuum is available for chemists; isolation against cross-contamination aids the biologists. Local vacuum networks offer design flexibility and superior vacuum performance, while simplifying installation, supporting renovations or new construction, and lowering your clients’ energy and maintenance costs for the life of the building. Contact Us to learn more.
The VACUUBRAND Lab Planning Guide addresses the many issues you need to consider in specifying vacuum for lab buildings, from the scientific uses of vacuum, to various pump technologies, to the differences in design priorities for teaching and research labs. The guide also includes a Programming Checklist for Lab Vacuum. Request a free copy below.
In addition, we offer a brief two page overview about how to specify a VACUU•LAN® local vacuum network into your next project. Whether you want to use VACUU•LAN® networks as the basis of design in an early-stage project, or you are incorporating it into construction documents, this will show you the best practices for referencing VACUU•LAN® networks in your project documents.
VACUUBRAND also provides AIA- and GBCI-approved continuing education courses. If you’re interested in learning more about VACUU•LAN local vacuum networks and would like to get more information on our courses, please see our Continuing Education Courses page. AIA members will receive 1 LU|HSW for taking our courses; LEED APs will earn 1 CE credit in the BD+C and O+M specialties.
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