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Management change Labs31

Dear All, On behalf of the Labs31 management team, you would like to inform you about a management role change that will take effect in 2024. “Wilfred van Oost will start working as a transition manager / interim manager from the Alexilum Group, of which Labs31 is part. As this new role cannot be combined

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Laboratory trends & innovations 2022

Original Dutch Article by FHI Technology Industry |Title Futuristische laboratoria | Sept15th 2022 Interview Ivano Zuliani by Aden Spierings from FHI With a lot of experience and great in depth knowledge of laboratory equipment, designing and setting up laboratories, Ivano Zuliani is talking about the latest laboratory trends and innovations. Ivano started Labolutions in 2009.

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4D Laboratory Design

4D laboratory design: next step in efficient lab realisation

Original Article (Dutch language) by: LabInsight June 24th 2022  | Author: Marjan Hammink  | Photos: Labs31 Together with Scandinavia, the Netherlands is a frontrunner in the fast, flexible and cost-effective realization with 3D modelling. The next step in this is 4D design for ultimate visualization and calculation of everything needed for an optimally functioning laboratory:

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Labs31 Business Agreement

Ivano Zuliani joins the Labs31 team

We are proud to announce Ivano Zuliani as a new Labs31 crew member. Ivano has broad experience in laboratory projects, advising and consultancy for over 25 years. Ivano’s expertise, network and knowledge will strengthen the position of Labs31 in the Benelux market.  Ivano has a passion for sustainable and energy-saving laboratory solutions, contributing to a

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Laboratory Norms and Standards: Normalization is a must?

Laboratory Norms and Standards: Normalisation is a must?

The world would look very strange without norms and standards. In fact, the world would be more dangerous without norms and standards by connecting devices that don’t meet standards. Within labs, this would be all the more dangerous; for example, misinterpreting randomly used (colour) coding could even lead to a fatal accident. This is just the tip of the iceberg as to why standardization is critical. Just imagine what the world would look like! I have gained both theoretical and hands-on knowledge from labs by going a long way. After graduating from Leiden University, I started working at an engineering firm. From that moment on I have been involved in designing, supplying and installing complete laboratories – worldwide. The last step is to train the lab technicians. Many projects now and years later I am co-founder of Labs31. Labs31’s mission is to help customers create a new lab or improve the existing lab. To avoid many misunderstandings (and therefore delays and costs), things are visualized in 3D at an early stage.

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