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Precautions For Upgrading The Laboratory

Apr 04, 2019

For most old-age labs, most people will choose to upgrade, so what should the staff pay attention to when upgrading the lab? Come and see!

1. Laboratory decoration layout

According to the use function of the laboratory, it can be roughly divided into: preparation room (or pre-treatment room), analysis room, instrument room, balance room, micro-organism room (or clean room), storage room, and the like.

In the layout design, while meeting the laboratory needs of different functions, we should consider the process according to the experimental work to make a reasonable layout, and reduce the staff to make unnecessary walks and turns, that is, the efficiency principle. In addition, when designing the layout of the instrument room, the problem of mutual interference between different instruments should be avoided as much as possible.


2. The overall shape of the decoration

It is very important to conceive the concept before the decoration. A messy, uncoordinated indoor environment is often associated with a lack of overall conception before decorating. Conception and conception can be said to be the soul of interior design.

Firstly, according to the main content of the laboratory's functionality, practicality, capital budget, etc., then proceed to consider the ground, the wall, select the appropriate laboratory furniture, lamps and curtains.

3. Color material blending

The primary color is determined according to the general concept requirements, considering the configuration and coordination of different colors, such as the brightness of the brightness, the bias of the warm and cold, and the small parts of the local high chroma.

For the selection of materials such as indoor interfaces and furniture furnishings, people should consider the comfort of people's close-up and long-term visual experience, and even consider the characteristics of contact with the skin, and comply with the principles of safety and environmental protection and ergonomic principles.

4. Laboratory interior decoration

1 The materials involved in the decoration should be made of fire retardant materials as much as possible. It must be medium and high-grade products. It must meet environmental protection requirements and provide a certificate of conformity. Samples or samples must be provided before purchase, and all the ground and wall surfaces can be The pipes and trunking holes of smallpox must be strictly sealed, and the final effect of the decoration should be modern and fashionable;

2 The wall surface of the laboratory adopts building materials with small surface adsorption and easy cleaning;

3 The ground of the laboratory shall be made of corrosion-resistant, wear-resistant, non-slip, and easy-to-flush building materials; laboratory floor materials with special requirements such as cleanliness, pressure gradient, constant temperature and humidity shall meet the requirements of the overall seamless;

4 The outer window of the laboratory should not use colored glass to avoid color judgment errors during the experiment. Physical shielding measures should be taken for laboratories with darkness requirements;

5 There are laboratories in the buffer room (including: clean laboratory, bio-safety laboratory and other complex laboratory rooms), there should be hidden equipment doors, a total of experimental equipment, especially large equipment in and out;

6 The construction of special conditions laboratories such as radiological testing laboratories, animal laboratories, and biosafety protective laboratories shall be carried out in accordance with relevant state regulations and requirements.