Of course, choosing a science lab table or other science lab furniture may seem like a simple task best left to your Operations Department. Certainly, cost, functionality, and sturdiness are factors to consider; these items are top priority for Operations Departments seeking to stick to annual and long-term budgets. However, there are more subtle factors to consider when selecting your organization’slaboratory tablesand science lab workbenches. Here, we discuss the nuances that laboratory furnishings can bring to reinforcing organizational mission statements and identity through their design.
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In any laboratory, employers should take the necessary measures to protect the occupants from dangerous chemical contaminants. A fume extraction system is one of the most important safety mechanisms every laboratory should have. The system works to minimize a person’s exposure to chemicals and particles that are potentially hazardous. Unfortunately,choosing the right fume hoodis a common challenge to many. Here is what we recommend.
Workbenches don’t get as much respect as they deserve. Whether it’s in a laboratory or a classroom, the right working surface prevents accidents and provides creativity. A successful project of any type begins with the right workbench. This said, it should be noted that not every workbench is right for every task. A chemist and a clothing designer both need these benches. But were they forced to use the same type of bench, neither party would be very happy. Fortunately for them and the countless others using these benches, there are many different choices. Read on for some guidance on selecting theright work benchesfor different types of work.