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Cosmetic clean laboratory design

Jan 24, 2019

Cosmetic clean laboratory design, the basic idea of laboratory design is economical and practical. The level of purification requirements is 10,000. The laboratory design has a preparation before the experiment, such as more, two more, wind shower and buffer. Adoption, logistics separation principle to reduce experimental pollution and safety.

1. This arrangement is compact and reasonable, meets the requirements of laboratory operation and air cleanliness level, and strives for the principle of scientificity and economy, considering the optimal laboratory requirements and development and operating costs.

2. The air shower room is installed at the entrance of the clean room, which can effectively remove the dust from the human body and reduce the amount of dust in the clean room. At the same time, the air shower room also acts as an air lock to prevent the unclean air from entering the clean area from the door.

3, the clean room needs to give a certain proportion of fresh air to the room, purify and filter into the laboratories to compensate for the exhaust, positive pressure and staff needs.

  Laboratory design planning, fume hoods, test benches, ventilation systems, and supporting facilities are new construction, expansion, or reconstruction projects. It is not simply about purchasing reasonable equipment, but also considering the overall planning and rational layout of the laboratory. Graphic design, as well as infrastructure and basic conditions for power supply, water supply, gas supply, ventilation, air purification, safety measures, and environmental protection.

In short, the construction of the laboratory, whether it is a new construction, expansion, or reconstruction project, it is not simply to purchase reasonable equipment, but also to consider the overall planning, rational layout and graphic design of the laboratory, as well as power supply, water supply, Infrastructure and basic conditions for gas supply, ventilation, air purification, safety measures, and environmental protection. Therefore, the construction of the laboratory is a complex system engineering.

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Commonly used projects in laboratory infrastructure construction are:

(1) The experimental bench includes a central experimental platform, a test bench, a side table, an instrument table, a sky platform, a medicine cabinet, a drug cabinet, a glassware cabinet, and the like.

(2) Air conditioning and ventilation facilities. In the new laboratory, all building areas are air conditioned. The ventilation system includes a fume hood (gas cabinet), an exhaust hood (fixed), a movable exhaust hood, an exhaust fan, and the like.

(3) Water facilities include laboratory basins, washing tanks, laboratory faucets, etc.

(4) Safety facilities include fire sprinkler systems, inert gas fire extinguishing systems, safety cabinets, emergency showers, eye washes, etc.

(5) Gas supply facilities include gas supply stations, gas supply plates, gas plates and piping systems.


The 21st century laboratory is an intelligent laboratory, safe, healthy, energy-saving, environmentally friendly, humanized, intelligent, flexible, and a new laboratory model is emerging to meet current experimental needs and adapt to future development. The laboratory model is driving the development of the 21st century laboratory, known as the "21st Century Laboratory" model, with novel features and popularity.

Folding one, flexible and variable features

Greater flexibility has always been an important focus for designing or retrofitting an experimental building. Flexibility has many implications, including ease of expansion, rapid adaptation to recombination and other changes, and the ability to allow multiple uses.

The greater flexibility means that the laboratory equipment should not only have excellent use functions, but also should have the high reorganization and utilization rate of the wall, supply system and workbench when major renovation or new construction is carried out in the future, reducing manpower and material waste.

1, flexible supply system

Flexible original supply systems are extremely important for most laboratory designs. The laboratory must be able to easily connect or disconnect on walls and ceilings to allow for quick, low-cost assembly of equipment. The supply system needs to meet initial requirements and be adapted to the projected future development plan.

2, flexible indoor environment

The laboratory is moving towards modularity, the lab's workbench can be designed to be active, the service column can be moved, and the lab's space can be fully utilized to design a movable partition wall that can be flexibly partitioned and fixed to the wall. Or the docking station on the floor includes input ports such as circuit, waterway, gas path and communication. It has the characteristics of quick connection and disconnection, and it is convenient to plug and play with the experimental bench.

Folding two, humanized features

1. Socialized architecture suitable for team research

The humanized design is to make full use of the space in the experimental building to provide opportunities for people to meet and co-current. Including lounges, conference rooms, atrium space, stair space, shared laboratory equipment space, public service space, etc., to maximize the opportunity for people to meet and communicate.

The pursuit of spatial visual aesthetics, neat and clear appearance and color, safe and comfortable indoor environment, reflecting the characteristics of the times, to meet the needs of staff health and comfort.

Create flexible work systems and workbenches, encourage research teams to change their space to meet needs, design offices and writing areas as places where people work in teams, design team-based research centers, and create adjacent research team members Use the public space necessary for fair use.