In Lund, Sweden, researchers from all over the world come together to make the invisible visible. The world’s brightest synchrotron facility, MAX IV was Sweden’s biggest and most ambitious research infrastructure investment and opened in 2016.
When it comes to issues of maintenance and energy consumption, modern research facilities like MAX IV have to be economical with their resources. In this regard, a polished concrete floor – with low maintenance and life cycle costs – is the optimal choice.
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