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Image: Keeping a Clean Lab - Do I Have to do the Dishes?

Maintaining a clean lab environment, including all glassware is imperative to achieve optimal results or preserve certain chemical solutions. With lab glassware coming in all shapes and sizes, including beakers, burettes, graduated cylinders, and

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Image: Ergonomic Pipetting – A New Approach

It is common to assume Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) only occurs to people working in computer operations. However it also greatly affects laboratory staff when day to day duties include repetitive and precise movements of the hands and arms,

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Image: Maintenance and Repair Options for Your Lab Equipment

To help maintain the durability and a consistent performance of your lab equipment timely maintenance and repair is required. Wear and tear from frequent use can cause operational inconsistency; malfunctioning equipment is hazardous and can produce

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Image: Used Lab Equipment - A Smart Alternative to New?

Anyone starting a new lab on their own is going to be purchasing expensive lab equipment and in order to get the precise results needed quality equipment is a must. With dollars and budgets being minimal a researcher may be limited to what they can

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Equipment Support 24/7

November 1, 2011

Image: Equipment Support 24/7

Do you have time for your lab equipment to be down? Not many do and that’s where LabWrench comes in. A resource for lab professionals to connect with each other to ask equipment related questions, provide answers, discuss options, fix those

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About the Author

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Kylie Sauve

LabWrench

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.