Trespa Laboratory Tops Modular Laboratory Furniture Lab Workstation
|Product Name||Modular Lab Furniture|
|Worktop Material||12.7mm Wilsonart Phenolic Resin|
|Cabinet Inner Shlef Material||1.0mm cold rolled steel with epoxy resin coating|
|Lab Bench Loading||≥400kg per meter for lab side bench, ≥800kg per meter for lab inside bench|
|Lab Cabinet Loading||≥90kg per pedestal cabinet for single storage cabinet, ≥40kg per cabinet shelf for inner cabinet shelf|
|Reagent Shelf Loading||≥50kg per floor|
|Frame Material||40*60mm steel tube|
|Cabinet Body Material||1.0mm cold rolled steel|
Green Lab Design: Mostly About Air
When design a lab, we hope to make it environment friendly. Make it Green and main point is AIR.
Such a cost comparison is the reason for planning at this level of detail. It will produce a better building that will, over its lifetime, save a great deal of money for the college or university.
Planning labs with a complete team of people who are connected to the facility and its use enables designers to deliver a fully optimized facility.
That, of course, will raise the first cost of the building. The architects can also produce an analysis that will compare the first-cost premium with the lifetime costs for maintenance and replacements for higher first-cost and lower first-cost building systems.
|Worktops Compare||Epoxy Resin||Phenolic Resin||Stainless Steel||Edge Grain marble||High Pressure Laminate|
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Planning space for materials and consumables
Laboratories usually provide for the handling of materials and consumables in one of two ways. Each research group would be responsible for its own needs. Each would order, purchase, accept delivery, store, and handle for itself. Then you could provide separate storage areas for each of the individual research groups. This can make for an inefficient use of space.
The institution might decide to centralize some of the basic gases and basic consumables and then charge a per diam or some kind of storage rate to the research groups. With this plan, all the purchasing, delivering, and storage could be centralized in the building and make more efficient use of space.
On the downside, it might cost the institution a bit more because additional personnel have to come on board to manage the central purchasing and storage areas, but those costs can be factored into per diam charges.
Then you could provide separate storage areas for each of the individual research groups. This can make for an inefficient use of space.
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