The Challenge: Autoclaves Needed for the Production of COVID-19 Sample Collection Materials

Written By: Jamie Steiner
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A Midwest-based media manufacturing company needed to expand a new wing for the production of COVID-19 sample collection materials, and the project needed to be completed in record time. In addition to the new wing, the facility engineers and contractors also needed to source equipment for production — specifically autoclaves.

The Solution: A collaboration between D.A.I. Scientific & Consolidated Sterilizer Systems

D.A.I. Scientific and Consolidated Sterilizer Systems (CSS) worked together with the project team to discuss important cycle needs and programming. They provided specifications, drawings and utility requirements in a timely and detailed manner and prioritized production for the two 24” x 36” x 72” autoclaves.

The Result: Complete customer satisfaction — and another order

D.A.I Scientific and CSS not only met the deadline, but also provided installation setup and training. The facility was extremely pleased with the seamless collaboration, the results of the project and how the entire team worked together to meet the deadlines. Which resulted in a the client ordering two additional units.



Regional Sales Manager, DAI Scientific

Jamie is the regional sales manager of DAI Scientific and leads a team of 13 equipment sales consultants. His background includes 20 years of experience working with customers in academic, clinical, industrial and bio/pharma laboratories.

Jamie works with architects, engineers and lab planners to identify the correct equipment for each user’s specific needs. He also leverages his previous role as a DAI sales representative to help his sales consultants work with customers to ensure informed decisions and customer satisfaction. He stays involved in recent research by continuously attending seminars and educating himself on the products and industries he serves.

Jamie holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.