Application

      Modular laboratories are essential for a wide range of sectors, including food, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, research, chemicals, healthcare, biotechnology, and microbiology. These facilities, as well as educational institutions and research and development centers, require an array of modular laboratory furniture components.
      The selection typically includes items such as storage boxes, leg spaces, slim drawers, sink units, reagent shelves, corner storage solutions, stainless steel or polypropylene sinks, triple-outlet swan neck faucets, pegboards, emergency eyewash stations, combined safety showers and eyewashes, spot extractors, wall-mounted storage cabinets, Fume Hoods, and chemical storage shelves. These components are often complemented with granite countertops and are chosen based on specific needs and the spatial dimensions of the lab.

      Educational Institutions Labs

      In a Chemistry Laboratory, it is advisable to have workstations equipped with sinks and reagent shelves. Given the frequent use of various chemicals, powders, and reagents during experiments, these should be readily accessible. Additional independent storage units, either powder-coated or made from stainless steel, can be included for surplus supplies as needed. A well-designed Chemistry Lab also incorporates gas lines and fume hoods, with basic bench-type fume hoods being suitable for educational settings.

      For a Physics Laboratory, the focus is on the extensive use of instruments, necessitating ample electrical power outlets and storage capacity. Workstations are typically outfitted with electrical trunking systems and appropriate switch-socket combinations for convenient power access. The presence of numerous instruments also calls for additional freestanding storage options.

      In Biology Laboratories, small reagent shelves alongside sinks are recommended for work tables, as cleanliness is paramount. Large storage areas are emphasized to accommodate items like charts, and drawer units are provided for orderly storage.

      A Composite Laboratory merges the functionalities of Chemistry, Physics, and Biology labs. It may feature diverse types of tables, each tailored to the specific needs of the different lab types, or a larger table designed to serve the combined requirements of all three laboratory disciplines.

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