The New Mexico Consortium recently completed a 14,000 sq. ft. biological laboratory. The biological laboratory features Haldeman-Homme, Inc. Infinity fume hoods with Green Fume Hood Technology and lab bench system
The Haldeman-Homme, Inc. Infinity fume hoods are ductless and utilize Neutrodine filters instead of traditional carbon filters to eliminate emissions. The lab benches provided flexibility and collaboration for the scientists that study plant biology. The New Mexico Consortium partnered with the laboratory specialists at Haldeman-Homme, Inc for their experience providing design, installation and project management on biological laboratory projects. With the new lab equipment up and running, the New Mexico consortium is able to achieve its goal to provide an innovate ways to engage universities and industry in scientific research in the nation’s interest and to increase the role of the Los Alamos nation Laboratory in science, education and economic development.
“It was imperative that the overall design and installation of the lab benches provided the flexibility and collaboration among our scientists that study plant biology, as well as our biologists, chemists, microbiologists and ecologist. We are very pleased that our goals have been met” – Dr. Steven Buelow, Director of Laboratory Research
Fume Hoods and Scientific lab bench system in New Mexico