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|Name:||Chemistry Lab Furniture||Size:||3000*1500*850MM|
|Reagent Shelf:||Two Layers||Sink:||500*400*300mm|
Phenolic Resin Tops Chemistry Lab Furniture With Hanging Cabinets
|Worktop Compare||Stainless Steel||Edge Grain marble||High Pressure Laminate||Epoxy Resin||Phenolic Resin|
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Planning mechanical systems and maintenance
As noted in the discussion of security, science laboratories often contain spaces that work with sensitive intellectual property and hazardous materials—spaces where the general public is not permitted due to confidentiality or public safety concerns.
With that in mind, some universities view school or privately employed maintenance and repair crews as members of the public who may not have free access to all laboratory spaces.
As a result, many lab designs incorporate mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems “outside” of the laboratory proper. Three designs can accommodate this need.
For low buildings with relatively small floor plates, all the building systems may be located in the penthouse or basement and serviced there.
|Product Name||Chemistry Laboratory Furniture|
|Surface Treatment||environment friendly electrostatic powder coat (rough or smooth)|
|Worktop Options||1).15mm/20mm thick epoxy resin top|
|2). 12.7mm/15mm/19mm phenolic resin board|
|3). 20mm Ceramic top|
|4). 30mm granite marble stone top|
|35x35x1.5mm Thk. aluminum|
|Production Flow||Including 7 steps: CNC punching--Bending--Drilling--Polishing--Pickling And Phosphating----Powder Spraying--Assembly,go through pickling and phosphating process for oxdation, to avoid steel sheet go rusty.|
Case Studies: Chemistry Laboratory Expansion
Larger facilities with more than two floors preclude the penthouse strategy.
These buildings can incorporate an interstitial design where there is another floor for mechanical equipment and maintenance personnel can access only that floor.
However, this scheme approaches twice the cost of a traditional building. A hybrid approach is using an interstitial corridor that intermixes the mechanical spaces with the laboratory spaces.
This concept is similar to the sterile and dirty corridors of hospitals and surgical suites.