A typical Composite lab deals with various experiments related to Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. All these experiments are done on workbenches which makes them crucial as they deal with fire, chemicals, glassware etc. They require water connection, gas connection, electrical raceway fitting among few things. Keeping all these in mind we design the lab also considering the number of students working simultaneously, types of experiments to be done, storage needs and amount of workable space available.
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Following is the brief overview of furniture that are required for setting up a Composite Lab:
A workbench is the backbone of a laboratory. Especially for a biology laboratory where one is dealing with corrosive chemicals, high temperature, wet conditions, glassware etc. to name a few, the quality of table top material is crucial to withstand above-mentioned conditions and at the same time, it ought to be durable enough. For a biology laboratory following materials are generally preferred:
To optimize the given space, workbenches are designed in two varieties as below:
A reagent rack holds ready-to-use reagents and glassware to be used during experiments. It clears the workable area during the experiment and prevents accidental spillage or breakage. It
is usually mounted on top of workbench. It comes in various designs namely single and double-tiered.
Sinks are necessary for waste disposal. They come in various options like Stainless Steel, Poly propylene (PP) etc. Most of them are inert to all kind of acids, alkalis, and solvents. PP sinks are preferred as it minimizes glassware breakage on impact.
Taps are required for glassware washings especially like burettes and pipettes as well as for various experiments.
Base cabinets are storage cabinets beneath the work top. They are used to store major lab equipment and consumables locally. Pre-storage practices should be adopted and stocking of necessary materials be done at the start of each class for the accountability of inventory stock & regular monitoring of breakage in any case.
They are made of vivid materials as such CRC Sheets, MDF, Particle Board & Ply-Laminate. Many institutions go for Base Cabinets as separate entities; some go with the attached Base Cabinet to Work Tops.
Wall Cabinet is used to store bigger equipment or the ones that are not used frequently.
Lab Stools are easy to handle and don't cover a lot of space. It comes with adjustable height and offers a comfortable resting place during the course of experiments.