BeaconMedaes provides equipment for major university research laboratory in USA

BeaconMedaes, part of the Atlas Copco Group, is providing $450,000 worth of equipment to a major US university for a new research laboratory.

BeaconMedaes was the top choice for a major university’s 240,000 square foot research lab.

The university’s master plan includes the research lab, a new medical school, a new $295 million teaching hospital that will be operated by a local hospital, and a 200,000 square foot medical office building to be located on a single campus.

BeaconMedaes is providing $450,000 worth of equipment to the research lab, a project that came to us due to our reputation and relationship with the engineer and contractor, said Melody Miller, National Sales Manager for BeaconMedaes.

“BeaconMedaes’ long history of providing equipment for university laboratories played a key role in the selection of BeaconMedæs to work with the design team for this project,” she said.

The primary goals of the research lab are to focus on Pediatric Cancer, Pediatric
Nutrition, and Neurodevelopmental Disorders and other topics related to these target areas, Miller said.

The project calls for a BeaconMedaes Z-med system, Lab Claw vacuum system, a Claw MedVac system, some Medical Gas Pipeline equipment, and 53 PDC manifolds for laboratory.