By Robert K. Haugen
Many people who design labs or work in them may have little idea of how hard it is to get large equipment set up and working in a modern lab environment!
The trades responsible for these feats are often not appreciated for what they do. This paper will review ways to minimize installation issues (expenses) before products are delivered using many of the same steps discussed in previously published papers:
Even though delivering, unloading, staging, distributing, and assembling are required steps in all lab construction, there are design aspects of lab equipment that can contribute to its successful field installation.