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NET has moved to a brand-new headquarters at the beginning of 2022. The new state-of-the-art building has been designed and built to improve capacity and efficiency. Take a look at the main features and highlights.

The 2-story structure has been designed specifically for NET, taking into account current and future needs in terms of space and organization. With over 1600m2 of surface distributed over two floors, NET has especially boosted space for production, calibration and testing on its sensors with the intent of guaranteeing greater volumes and reduced lead times.

The building is located in Pregnana Milanese, just at the northwest outskirt of the Milan area, a few minutes from FieraMilano, Milan’s main fairgrounds, Milan’s outer ring and the A4 freeway, Northern Italy’s main east-west artery.

In line with the company environmental and social commitment, special attention has also been devoted to minimizing resources and energy consumptions and CO2 emissions.

Here are the main green highlights of our new headquarters:

  • Class A Energy rating building.
  • 15kV rooftop photovoltaic plant.
  • Heat Pump for heating and air conditioning.
  • Tank for rainwater collection, destined to the irrigation of green areas.
  • Charging stations for Electric Vehicles
  • (all NET company vehicles are PHEV)

The R&D department has 3 different climatic chambers available for test and research purpose, along with a 3D printer, specific electronic research test benches. Research and development is NET’s biggest department, permanently employing 9 engineers specialized in physics, optics, mechanical design, FW and SW development.

The new facility hosts one of the most advanced and equipped labs in all of Italy for testing performances of gas sensors and detectors, with 2 computer-controlled climatic chambers and all the equipment necessary to perform tests specified by EN 60079-29-1.

The production department has now 5 climatic chambers, fully automatically controlled in order to perform specific calibration routines on all sensors. To learn more about this area, read our dedicated post.

For a full tour in our new headquarters, take a look at our corporate video below, or get in touch with our team to schedule a visit!

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