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#1 lucast

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Posted 13 September 2018 - 09:18 PM

Optimal lab designing is a task that demands a high level of planning. Typically, it should involve all important links in the chain from the scientists and students to managers and maintenance staff who can contribute with valuable inputs requiring exact requirements.

 

Here are the best tips to keep in mind for planning an optimal lab.

 

 

  1. Optimizing Processes in Foundation Step

         Right off the bat in the arranging stage, vital choices must be made as this is the primary stage. Lab configuration must be as per the significant procedures and position science equipment in the labDesigners must follow particular design principles as well as mechanical and electrical parameters of each lab space specific to the use of that space.

 

 

  1. Planning Space for Materials and Consumables

       It is imperative to know how the lab allows the handling of materials and consumables. If the system instructs each research group to cater to its own needs, then separate storage areas may be built, but practically this leads to inefficient space management.

 

 

  1. Accommodating Security Protocols

        Security is a key factor since science laboratory equipment is under consideration. As a part of security planning, it is essential to look out for areas of the lab which are open for public access and should be restricted only for researchers. Similarly, intellectual and sensitive data also needs to be protected from leaks. 

 

  1. Planning Mechanical Systems and Maintenance

         For specific safety requirements, some labs or universities might need mechanical plumbing or systems that lock from outside. For instance, use of basement floors or penthouse for exclusive isolation of certain areas or dedicating a separate storey for limited access spaces, though this might involve higher costs.







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