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New Downloadable Success Story: “How To Outfit a Dynamic Lab in Flux”
Date:5/17/2013

Brea, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2013

IAC Industries wants to share with you the success story of DisperSol Technologies, a start up laboratory needing to set up and furnish a research lab knowing that the company would be moving to a larger facility within a year’s time. How does a company make choices in lab furnishing with the knowledge that the laboratory is temporary? What is efficient and cost-effective?

The solution was the versatile Dimension 4 Series modular workstations from IAC Industries. The planners at DisperSol determined that the concept of modular lab furniture was ideal for their situation. IAC's Dimension 4 Workstations have an almost limitless number of configurations that are safe, ergonomically sound and independently adjustable; a departure from the traditional casework and cabinets that are permanently affixed to walls and floors.

What drove DisperSol Technologies to embrace the modular furniture can be summed up in one word, “flexibility.” Example: Outfitting their lab with IAC's Dimension 4 Workstations took just days instead of weeks, as most often is the case with traditional built-in casework. The selection of modular fixtures also prepared DisperSol for their anticipated expansion as the entire line of products can be disassembled, moved and reassembled in their new location with minimal downtime.

Dave Miller, PhD, VP of Research and Development at DisperSol describes the equipment as “meeting the needs of their expanding business.” As organizational efficiencies are discovered, the workflow of the lab can be reconfigured easily with the modular furniture. He also credits the construction of IAC's Dimension 4 Workstations as “having the same sense of permanence as a built-in, as well as being useful and ergonomic.”

You can read much more in the full Success Story, including photos of the DisperSol laboratory. View and download today at [

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