What Happens in a Metallurgy Lab?

Metallurgy is relatively unfamiliar to the general public, but it is nevertheless a very important branch of science. The multidisciplinary science of metallurgy involves studying the physical and chemical properties of metallic elements and their alloys, which are combinations of different metallic elements. Metallurgical labs employ teams of industrial engineers and scientists to serve companies […]

Posted: Oct18, 2013 | Read More

Using the Right Water Purification System for Your Lab

Water is one of, if not the most, common reagents used in science labs. It’s a universal solvent and because of its abundance, chemists have been using it since the dawn of science to induce chemical reactions and study the effects of all sorts of compounds. Even though scientists have used it throughout the ages, […]

Posted: Sep16, 2013 | Read More

Cleaning and Care for Trespa Phenolic Resin Counter Tops

Trespa phenolic resin counter tops are about as close to perfect as any counter top can be. The surface is completely free of pores making it nearly impervious to any and all materials that may be spilled on it. Not only does that include obvious lab materials like solvents and chemicals but the Trespa resin […]

Posted: Apr24, 2013 | Read More

Safety Must-Haves for Any Lab

In order to operate a fully functioning lab properly it’s essential to have the best safety equipment. Not only is it important to keep your employees safe but the equipment should also be a consideration when choosing safety features. In addition to the obvious items like a first aid kit and a fire extinguisher, here […]

Posted: Apr24, 2013 | Read More

How You Know it’s Time to Upgrade Your Fume Hood

Fume hoods are one of the most important purchases to maximize lab safety.  Because these hoods are used often, it’s not uncommon for them to see typical wear and tear, and the need for eventual upgrading.  When considering upgrading your fume hood, safety should be at the forefront of your mind. While purchasing a new […]

Posted: Mar29, 2013 | Read More