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BICASA

Settled in Sesto S. Giovanni (Milan), Bicasa starts its own rise in 1947 from the initiative of the two founders, Luigi Biffi and Giuseppe Casiraghi. Postwar economic boom allows the company to suddenly become a leading supplier for laboratory market. Following a constant innovation, Bicasa becomes a successful enterprise in glassware processing (blowing), scientific instruments manufacturing and technical furniture designing, employing up to 100 human resources with 18.000 produced items.

FURNITURE SYSTEMS 

Equipped benches, partition systems, supply beams, fume cupboards and furnishing complements set up the integrated system of BICASA collection, designed to offer a complete solution for all laboratory needs.

LABORATORY PERFORMING

Constant development of instruments and new methodologies applied in scientific research, set up Bicasa guidelines to get technological innovations for multipurpose furnishing systems.

DESIGN AND FUNCTIONALITY

Raw materials selection, chromatic research and attention to details are expressed through stackable elements, following a furniture concept which design and functionality join to get a unique output in.

QUALITY AND SAFETY STANDARDS

Manufacturing quality and safety standards, fitted with research and design, are the mission of a company always focused on customers satisfaction. Furniture systems are tested and certified by third parties, assuring the highest product quality and the strictest safety standards observance for laboratory environments.

BUILT FOR LABORATORY

Materials and finishes involved in furniture production have specific laboratory features to join together chemical-mechanical resistance and surfaces decontamination requirements. Selection of fireproof parts, matched with technological services and fittings according to international standards, are warranties for operative safety.

All furniture is available in Trespa® Top Lab® HPL (High-Pressure-Laminate) and stainless steel, that are both resistant to mechanical  and chemical damage.