Research and development (R&D) is vital to ensure you maintain your competitive advantage, and it’s important not only to explore new products and processes, but also to continually improve existing products. Laboratories requires a vareity of equipment and instrumentation to run tests and research. These staple, workhouse general lab equipment can be found across various laboratories across disciplines and markets. Whether your laboratory research comprises working with proteins, cell culture, air, water, soil, or blood, key lab equipment will supports various testing needs.

StartUp Fabrikk delivers general lab equipment in


In StartUP Fabrikk we understand the importance of R&D to your success. Our engineers work with the world’s best suppliers of R&D equipment to source the most suitable machinery for your needs. We take the time to understand your requirements and to ensure we provide solutions that not only fit seamlessly within your existing R&D operation but enable you to achieve superior results. We can help you to navigate through the complex options available to bring you the best development equipment for your R&D environment. Hence StartUp Fabrikk will help you choose R&D equipment facilitating your expectations.



StartUp Fabrikk may help you to create optimal design of your Lab to accommodate equipment, fixed, or movable casework. Generic labs Mobile casework—This can be comprised of mobile tables and mobile base cabinets. It allows researchers to configure and fit out the lab based on their needs as opposed to adjusting to pre-determined fixed casework. Drawing of mobile casework showing adjustable height shelves, shelves with vertical support which are easily removable, grommet to drop down power/data cords, table frame ht. adjustable from 26 Photo of mobile base cabinet Mobile casework Mobile base cabinet Flexible partitions—These can be taken down and put back up in another location, allowing lab spaces to be configured in a variety of sizes. Overhead service carriers—These are hung from the ceiling. They can have utilities like piping, electric, data, light fixtures, and snorkel exhausts. They afford maximum flexibility as services are lifted off the floor, allowing free floor space to be configured as needed.


Once the basic lab module is determined, the structural grid should be evaluated. StartUp Fabrikk may help you to consider key design issues in evaluating structural systems like:

  • Framing depth and effect on floor-to-floor height;
  • Ability to coordinate framing with lab modules;
  • Ability to create penetrations for lab services in the initial design as well as over the life of the building;
  • Potential for vertical or horizontal expansion;
  • Vibration criteria; and
  • Cost.


The location of main vertical supply/exhaust shafts as well as horizontal ductwork is very crucial in designing a flexible lab. Key issues to consider include: efficiency and flexibility, modular design, initial costs, long-term operational costs, building height and massing, and design image.

Hence StartUp Fabrikk advices on various design options for the mechanical systems are illustrated below:


StartUp Fabrikk helps you to strive for in designing laboratory piping systems and meet key design goals:
Provide a flexible design that allows for easy renovation and modifications
Provide appropriate plumbing systems for each laboratory based on the lab programming
Provide systems that minimize energy usage
Provide equipment arrangements that minimize downtime in the event of a failure
Locate shutoff valves where they are accessible and easily understood
Accomplish all of the preceding goals within the construction budget


The following should be considered:
Load estimation
Site distribution
Power quality
Management of electrical cable trays/panel boxes
Lighting design

  • User expectations
  • Illumination levels
  • Uniformity
  • Lighting distribution-indirect, direct, combination
  • Luminaire location and orientation-lighting parallel to casework and lighting perpendicular to casework


Protecting human health and life is paramount, and safety must always be the first concern in laboratory building design. Security-protecting a facility from unauthorized access-is also of critical importance. Today, research facility designers must work within the dense regulatory environment in order to create safe and productive lab spaces. StartUp Fabrikk addresses all these related concerns, including:

Laboratory classifications: dependent on the amount and type of chemicals in the lab;
Containment devices: fume hoods and bio-safety cabinets;
Levels of bio-safety containment as a design principle;
Radiation safety;
Employee safety: showers, eyewashes, other protective measures;
and Emergency power.



The typical laboratory uses far more energy and water per square foot than the typical office building due to intensive ventilation requirements and other health and safety concerns. Therefore, StartUp Fabrikk designers strive to create sustainable, high performance, and low-energy laboratories that will:

Minimize overall environmental impacts;
Protect occupant safety; and
Optimize whole building efficiency on a life-cycle basis.

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