Colmar, PA (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
The fourth installment of the Bourne film series, "The Bourne Legacy" (2012), expands the Bourne universe and introduces us to a new hero whose deadly stakes have been activated by the events of the previous three films. The first 20 minutes of this thriller is jammed packed with action, and takes place primarily in a laboratory where you may be able to spot the logo and product of a local business in the Philadelphia area!
A Thermmax Scientific digital control panel and a temperature-humidity recorder were installed outside an environmental test room in the scene with the Thermmax logo placed visibly above the equipment.
Thermmax Scientific has developed into the premier manufacturer of controlled environmental rooms and systems in the pharmaceutical and life science research sector. Thermmax, a division of the 120 year old gas company, UGI Corporation, is located in the heart of pharmaceutical alley in Colmar, Pennsylvania. A historic movie studio, located in New York City, discovered the Thermmax equipment installation at a medical college of a major Ivy League school in New York.
“Everyone at Thermmax is extremely excited that our Control Panel system was selected to be used in The Bourne Legacy,” says Thermmax Sales Manager, Kevin Murray. “It was a thrill seeing the Thermmax name in a research lab on the big screen.”
How many times can you spot the teal and maroon Thermmax logo in the movie?
About Thermmax Scientific Products:
Thermmax designs, manufactures, installs and services walk-in environmental rooms for the life science, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and industrial research applications. Thermmax offers a complete line of modular sizes, with standard and custom specifications for the precise control of temperature and humidity controlled rooms. Thermmax environmental rooms are used in a variety of settings, including laboratory applications in hospitals and colleges/universities, pharmaceutical research, stability test rooms, blood banks, critical warehouse cold storage, and museum artifact storage.