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Maurice J. Zucrow Laboratories



Zucrow Labs is a research facility affiliated with the School of Mechanical Engineering and School of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Purdue University. The lab complex consists of 7 buildings located, for safety reasons, in a remote area west of the main campus.

Aerial view of Zucrow Labs
Zucrow Labs consists of 7 buildings housing 22 individual laboratories, a professional machine shop, and air compressors and air tanks capable of delivering 3300 cubic feet of air at 2200 psi. Associated with 8 of the 22 individual labs are a total of 18 "hazard"
test cells and 4 "high hazard" test cells.

The lab also offers a 72-seat auditorium, a conference room, office space for 75 researchers, and onsite clerical, business office, and technical support.