ScanClime Humidity Control

A new platform used to regulate the ventilation

ScanClime® Humidity Control is a new platform used to regulate the ventilation and moisture of cages for laboratory animals, where animal welfare and climate control is a key parameter.

 

After having produced the first prototype (proof-of-concept), Scanbur had the need to utilize external competencies to define the platform, varieties and structure, as well as to implement the detailed product maturing and the industrial design.

Scanbur wanted the new platform to strengthen their business base and their market position through:

Technolution has added resources and pace by implementing the following:
  • Identification of relevant standards
  • Listing of essential components and acquisitioning of data


These activities have been carried out in close collaboration with Scanbur employees.

Aside from assisting with the mechanical development of the product, Technolution has contributed with:
  • Multiple variants can be produces based on a single platform
  • Large savings on components and assembly time has been achieved
The article on MedWatch.dk supports this statement:

Denmark’s Scanbur has won its biggest contract ever to supply medical equipment worth millions to a new department at the Karolinska Institute – an order that increases the company’s belief in its own product development.

Read the original article here: Karolinska injects millions in Danish medtech company.

testimonials

What people say?

Technolution has managed to optimize all elements of the prototype and define a modular system with increased flexibility, quality and visual design. And production time is reduced by more than 25% – without compromising usability and service access.
Morten Sunesen
CEO, Scanbur
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