The design of the laboratory is incomprehensible for the designer. I don't know where to start, so this phenomenon does not exist for our BOKA brand laboratory design company. The following small series teaches you how to design a laboratory.
I. Classification and duties of the laboratory
The laboratory is also the different nature of the analytical laboratory in schools, factories, and research institutes.
The laboratory of the school is a teaching base for students to conduct analytical chemistry experiments, and the other is an analytical chemistry laboratory that serves both scientific research and scientific research.
The factory has a central laboratory, workshop laboratory and so on. The workshop laboratory is mainly responsible for the control analysis of finished products and semi-finished products in the production process. The central laboratory is mainly responsible for raw material analysis and product quality inspection tasks, and is responsible for the research, improvement, promotion tasks of the analytical methods and the preparation and calibration of standard solutions used in the laboratory.
In addition to testing tasks for scientific research projects, laboratories in research institutes also conduct analytical chemistry research.
Second, laboratory design requirements
According to the needs of the laboratory, the laboratory has valuable precision instruments and various chemicals, including flammable and corrosive drugs. In addition, harmful gases or vapors are often produced during operation. Therefore, there are special requirements for the laboratory structure, environment, indoor facilities, etc., which should be considered when preparing a new laboratory or remodeling the original laboratory.
Laboratory rooms are roughly divided into three categories: precision instrument laboratories, chemical analysis laboratories, and auxiliary rooms (offices, storage rooms, steel cylinder rooms, etc.).
The laboratory is required to be kept away from dust, smoke, noise and vibration sources. Therefore, the laboratory should not be built near traffic routes, boiler rooms, machine rooms and production workshops (except workshop laboratories). In order to maintain good weather conditions, it should generally be north-south.