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Who Should Be Involved In Your Laboratory Design Process?

Designing a laboratory can be a daunting task and it is often a question of how many people you should include in the laboratory design process. Too many people and personalities can create confusion that will lead to delays in the design process. It is important to know who you should include and understand how

Who Should Be Involved In Your Laboratory Design Process?2019-12-04T16:23:06+11:00

Minimise Space and Motion Waste Using the Spaghetti Diagram

Over time, your laboratory can become inefficient due to the lack of thought process behind positioning of equipment and workstations. Inefficiencies often occur over long periods of time with the gradual growth of a laboratory. Substantial amounts of motion waste can be eliminated when binging your laboratory in accordance to lean principles resulting in

Minimise Space and Motion Waste Using the Spaghetti Diagram2019-11-28T09:16:39+11:00

How to Choose The Right Service Spine For Your Laboratory

Having the right service spines in your laboratory can make a large difference to the functionality of your new laboratory space. It is important to understand the purpose and designed outcomes of your laboratory so the service spine design can be aligned with this to maximum return on investment. Visibility between benching vs Storage space

How to Choose The Right Service Spine For Your Laboratory2019-10-17T10:26:35+11:00

Top 6 Laboratory Design Trends

1. More open-design, teamwork orientated labs With a ‘see and be seen’ working cultures on the rise, more organisations are embracing open space, high visibility, flexible and collaborative space. This is an progressively used design in universities, STEM orientated schools and dedicated laboratories which enables increased collaboration, safety and teamwork; and means learning and researching is embraced. Many

Top 6 Laboratory Design Trends2019-10-17T08:25:07+11:00

Choosing the Right Laboratory Layout for STEM and Education Organisations

A school laboratory is a flexible space which should be able to host dynamic student work groups, and which caters for intensive and focussed learning. Here’s a guide on what kind of layout you should choose for a new laboratory at your school. Chemistry  A chemistry-orientated space needs to cater for several hazards

Choosing the Right Laboratory Layout for STEM and Education Organisations2019-10-02T11:49:47+11:00

Can You Afford to Compromise on Benchtop Quality?

A laboratory benchtop is the primary contact point for chemical attack, heat damage and scratches and abrasion, therefore it is vital that a suitable surface is chosen to enable laboratories to operate effectively whilst maintaining a quality appearance over an extended period.This article details the key characteristics and test results for the Westlab Laboratory Compact

Can You Afford to Compromise on Benchtop Quality?2019-09-12T11:57:47+11:00

Key Considerations in Designing an Efficient Laboratory

Laboratory layout, design, and modularity will have a significant impact on lab processes, efficiencies, and communications. A great design will continually support Lean processes in areas including workflow, visual management, organisational excellence, and OH&S whereas a poor laboratory design can create waste in multiple areas including time, extra implementation, use of space as well

Key Considerations in Designing an Efficient Laboratory2019-09-11T12:26:56+11:00