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Posted 11 March 2013 - 06:30 PM

Hello every one,

Is linoleum floor acceptable in in micro testing lab?
What are the requirements for walls in micro testing lab?
Can any one give info to find instructions for new laboratory (micro testing) facility construction?



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Posted 12 March 2013 - 04:24 AM

Hello every one,

Is linoleum floor acceptable in in micro testing lab?
What are the requirements for walls in micro testing lab?
Can any one give info to find instructions for new laboratory (micro testing) facility construction?


Dear santhu,

In the strict sense, the design depends on what risks are associated with yr planned working. One encounters laboratory terms such as basic / containment / maximum containment laboratories.

Linoleum is functional although not exactly "stunning" IMEX if you are anticipating visitors. Non-slip "ceramic" tiles are more attractive IMO although the grouting eventually needs maintenance. Some comments on flooring, etc in these links / attachments –

http://www.forensicm...s-your-facility

http://www.labnetwor...ment-and-layout

Attached File  dd1 - micro. laboratory, etc organisation.pdf   9.75MB   58 downloads
(eg floor pg 23)

Attached File  dd2 - micro.lab facilities.png   555.33KB   25 downloads

Attached File  dd3 - micro.lab design.pdf   330.26KB   53 downloads
(eg floor pg10)

Attached File  dd4 - The food control laboratory (FAO 14-1, rev1).pdf   14.3MB   53 downloads
(eg Para7,pg11)

Rgds / Charles.C

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Posted 12 March 2013 - 02:58 PM

Thank you very much Charles,

It's really helpful, Thank you.



Dear santhu,

In the strict sense, the design depends on what risks are associated with yr planned working. One encounters laboratory terms such as basic / containment / maximum containment laboratories.

Linoleum is functional although not exactly "stunning" IMEX if you are anticipating visitors. Non-slip "ceramic" tiles are more attractive IMO although the grouting eventually needs maintenance. Some comments on flooring, etc in these links / attachments –

http://www.forensicm...s-your-facility

http://www.labnetwor...ment-and-layout

Attached File  dd1 - micro. laboratory, etc organisation.pdf   9.75MB   58 downloads
(eg floor pg 23)

Attached File  dd2 - micro.lab facilities.png   555.33KB   25 downloads

Attached File  dd3 - micro.lab design.pdf   330.26KB   53 downloads
(eg floor pg10)

Attached File  dd4 - The food control laboratory (FAO 14-1, rev1).pdf   14.3MB   53 downloads
(eg Para7,pg11)

Rgds / Charles.C








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