How Medical, Testing, and Other Labs Get Help to Find the Right Lab Equipment and Furniture
POSTED ON NOVEMBER 6,2018
One mistake in the selection of laboratory equipment and furniture can cost a medical or testing lab thousands. Learn how to avoid unexpected cost and expense.
Salt Lake City, Utah – Medical labs, testing labs, and production facilities turn to Labs USA for the right laboratory equipment and furniture, with design help at no additional cost.
“We know that selecting the right lab equipment and furniture goes beyond just the purchase cost. That’s why we provide free consultation and design help to our customers to insure they end up with the right size, color, style, and functionality that will enable them to be as productive as possible,” explained Ann Marie Hillier, director of laboratory sales at Labs USA.
The company is located in Salt Lake City with over $4 million of lab equipment and furniture ready for immediate shipment to customers in any location. From design to being installed and operational, Labs USA has the ability to provide what is needed within budget and within the time needed. We provide Salt Lake City, Utah in Laboratory Furniture Contractors you can trust.
Laboratory furniture such as casework, fume hoods,workstations and more, along with laboratory equipment such as cleanrooms, Utah lab cabinets, emergency equipment, washers, incubators, ovens, water baths and water purification are available in-stock.
“It is important to find the right furniture and equipment for labs so they can have the most productivity and safety. Layout and design play a big role in accomplishing that goal, and our staff can help any lab achieve these goals, regardless of the application that is involved,” said Hillier.
“There are many money-saving-features about our lab furniture and equipment. One important feature is the Labs USA in-stock program. We have a warehouse stocked full of more than $4 million in lab furniture and equipment. We will help you avoid costly downtime as you make upgrades, replacements, or move into new facilities,” added Hillier.