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Thursday 14 April 2022
Finishing and furnishing Aspire Crystal Lounge Geneva Airport
Based on the design by the architectural firm D/Dock, INTOS was asked to complete the complete outfitting, installations and permanent furnishings for the luxurious second lounge at the Swiss airport in Geneva. This Aspire Crystal Lounge from Swissport is intended for non-Schengen travelers. It is part of the newly built east wing of the airport.
Monday 7 February 2022
Fume cupboards from INTOS
Protection by extraction in a room to be closed off; the fume hood is indispensable in a laboratory! Fume cupboards provide safety and ensure you and a safe working environment. Safety and security in the workplace are our top priority. Years of experience have brought us to the development of the INTOS Lab Solutions fume hood. With this fume hood we offer physical protection in all types of laboratories where chemicals are used. All details of the fume hood ensure optimal operation and maximum efficiency for your safety!
Friday 28 January 2022
Open days HMC again a great success!
The new year has started and we look forward again. The HMC, the wood and furniture college in Amsterdam, traditionally has a number of open days in January to enthuse new students for one of the courses.
Thursday 13 January 2022
INTOS Lab Solutions to the end of the world
Sometimes there are projects that are different from others. And this is one of them. INTOS has collaborated with BAM on several occasions in the past. Among other things, to set up an airport in Tanzania. This is because of our many years of experience at airports. But now the request came from a completely different angle.
Friday 17 December 2021
INTOS Lab Solutions helps horticultural researcher with new furniture
INTOS Lab Solutions has been asked to help renovate their laboratory for a large horticultural researcher. This project was successfully completed last fall.