Nanoco leads the world in the research, development and large-scale manufacture of heavy metal-free nano-materials for use in displays, lighting, solar energy and bio-imaging. At their R&D facility at Manchester University, the requirement was to work with the construction team to design and deliver a working R&D laboratory to further increase their capability.

Project Objectives

The primary objective was to double fume cupboard capacity of the laboratory and provide local exhaust ventilation to a number of other pieces of equipment in the space. A full inventory of specialist equipment to be used was provided to KeyIS so that the relevant mechanical and electrical services could be designed and installed to serve them.

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