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Scanlab expands its company building

19.10.2022 - Company increases its production capacities in Puchheim in a fourth construction phase

The existing company building in the west of Munich will be expanded in a fourth construction phase. In addition to the tried-and-tested cooling of the building using groundwater heat exchangers, a heat pump system will be used for heating. The new system will be designed to be so powerful that gas boilers, which were previously required when demand peaked, can be retired. The new wing of the building will also be equipped with a photovoltaic system, which will cover a large part of future electricity requirements. The integrated green roof ensures that the extension blends seamlessly into the terraced building complex.

Around 6,500 square meters of new space will be created by March 2024, the total floor area will then increase to around 18,700 square meters. Plenty of daylight, a communication-friendly layout and the ergonomic equipment of the workplaces are the basic concept. There is also enough space for additional laser laboratories and the expansion of clean room production.

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SCANLAB GmbH

Siemensstr. 2a
82178 Puchheim
Germany

+49 89 800746-0
+49 89 800746-199

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