Diane Williamson

Senior Application Specialist

Department: Product Management

Diane Williamson

Product Categories

Filtered Fume Hoods
Ductless (Carbon-Filtered) Enclosures
Biological Safety Cabinets & Enclosures
Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinets
Class II, Type B2 (Total Exhaust) Biosafety Cabinets
Class II, Type C1 Biosafety Cabinets
Large Class II Enclosures
Class I Safety Enclosures
Balance, Bulk Powder & Equipment Enclosures
Nanotechnology Enclosures
Glove Boxes and Gas Purifiers
Kjeldahl, Fat & Crude Fiber Apparatus
Water Purification Systems
Blood Drawing Chairs
Base Stands
Base Cabinets
Work Surfaces
Laboratory Carts, Tables & Benches
Laboratory Carts
Airflow Monitors
Biosafety Cabinet & Clean Bench Accessories


Doesn’t Diane look strangely familiar? Don’t you know her from somewhere? Many people think they do! She claims, however, that it’s only because she has “one of those faces that people seem to think they know.” People are always asking her, “Do you go to this church?” or, “Is your son in this school... You look familiar.”

Perhaps the reason for these ubiquitous false identifications is that Diane is a twin. We must admit that cases of mistaken identity are highly unlikely, though, since her twin is a strapping member of the male gender.

Still, that sense of familiarity will make you comfortable contacting Diane to get expert advice on all sorts of Labconco products. She genuinely loves working one on one with customers, and is always earning compliments for helping the people who use our products.

Aside from being a kind-hearted doppelganger, Diane has learned some astounding bits of trivia in her career as a product manager. “Orthopedic engineers,” she says, “use our biosafety cabinets to saw bones to the right fit for their surgery patients.” Another tidbit that she enjoyed learning is that “snake venom can be used as a vaccine.” And now you know it too. She’s already making you smarter every minute!


University of Nebraska - Lincoln - Bachelor of Arts and Science (Major in Biological Sciences, Minor in Chemistry)