Is Your Lab Furniture Following Modern Trends?

Posted: May 25, 2012

It is important to select lab furniture that fills specific requirements for your lab including features such as shelves, storage, gas/electricity supplies, and clean areas. The key to a well set up lab is flexibility, functionality and most importantly, safety. When looking back around 50 years, not much has changed other than now having plastic material rather than wood. But we are seeing a lot more in the way of ergonomics in modern laboratories, specifically with modular and mobile workstations.

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Kylie is our Data Manager for LabWrench, working for LabX Media Group since September 2010. Her role involves making sure LabWrench stays maintained as well as keeping it up to date. Her role also includes researching lab equipment, maintaining social media, and assisting users in finding answers to their everyday lab related issues.