RE: [Histonet] lab design
Currently we have a separate room containing our tissue processors and embedding centers. We also have a large flammable storage cabinet in this room. We have a separate room with our alcohol/solvent recycler and there is a large flammable storage cabinet in there as well. We have 2 smaller flammable cabinets in routine lab space as well.
We are moving into a brand-new lab building this fall. In the new lab we also will have separate rooms; one for the processors and embedding cetners and another for recycling. I do not think there is flammable storage in the new processing room (it's pretty small) but there is in the recycling room. I believe there will be at least one under-counter flammable storage in a main lab space as well.
From: email@example.com on behalf of Melissa Jans
Sent: Sat 9/24/2005 2:08 PM
Subject: [Histonet] lab design
I hope this email finds everyone well,
I have the opportunity to do some redesigning of our laboratory space. I would like some feedback from some of the larger labs as to whether they have a separate room for their tissue processors and/or flammable storage. If so, how is it separate from the main laboratory working space...wall, door, both?
Any feedback would be appreciated.
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
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