VACUUBRAND has written a background and reference guide on all aspects of lab vacuum supply, including scientific uses, a description of various pumping technologies, numerous considerations important in specifying a vacuum system, and a handy programming checklist. Request your free copy by typing “Lab Vacuum Planning Guide” in the Notes field below.
VACUUBRAND proudly offers AIA- and GBCI-approved courses for continuing education credit to members of those professional organizations. AIA members will receive 1 LU/HSW (Health-Safety-Welfare learning unit) for each of our one hour courses. LEED APs with the BD+C (building design and construction) or O+M (operations and maintenance) specialties can likewise earn 1 CE credit. Currently, we offer the following courses:
- Modular Vacuum Networks for Science Facilities (VAC0101) – an overview of vacuum technologies used in STEM facilities, with an emphasis on the benefits of local vacuum networks.
- Local Vacuum Networks for Science Facilities: Case Studies (VAC0201) – this course takes an in-depth look at the specification, design, and installation of local vacuum networks using comparative case studies to illustrate relevant design considerations in light of project-specific technical and sustainability objectives.
- Local Vacuum Networks for Life Science Facilities (VAC0110) – this course provides an overview of common uses for vacuum in life science labs, and discusses the implications of vacuum applications and SOPs on specifying local vacuum networks.
If you’re interested in earning continuing education credit online, please take our courses hosted by AEC Daily. This self-paced format allows you to take courses on your schedule.
If you have a group of colleagues that would be interested in having a VACUUBRAND representative visit your office to conduct a live lunch & learn, please fill out the form below and we’ll work with you to schedule the session and which course is right for your group.