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Lab Design

Lab Design

If you are looking at relocating your lab, designing the new location is usually the first step. If the new location is not properly set up with power, HVAC, gas supplies, or workspace, the result could be a non-functional lab. At TVSS, we have worked in many different labs and experienced the good and bad of many layouts. Why not put that experience to work for you?  

There are many things to consider when planning a lab:

  • How many instruments will there be?

  • What type of instruments will be used?

  • Do you need to divide instruments by department, workflow, or use?

  • What is the optimal workflow in this lab?

  • What size workspaces will be required for each analyst?

  • Did you account for expansion?

  • What about utilities, network, and lighting?

  • Does that instrument produce fumes that need removal from the lab?

  • What counter height makes sense for the instruments?

These are just a few of the many questions that need to be answered before starting construction. Whether starting from scratch or simply upgrading your present facilities, we can help you avoid mistakes.  

Lab Design

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