- May 07, 2018 -
precision instrument laboratory design The precision instrument room is required to have the functions of fire prevention, anti-shock, anti-electromagnetic interference, anti-noise, moisture proof, anti-corrosion, anti-dust, and anti-harmful gas intrusion. The room temperature should be kept as constant as possible. In order to maintain the good performance of the general instrument, the temperature should be in the range of 15 to 30°C, and the best condition is 18-25°C. In the equipment room with a humidity of 60%-70% that requires constant temperature, double door windows and air conditioning units can be installed. The instrument room can use terrazzo or anti-static flooring. It is not recommended to use carpets because carpets can accumulate dust and generate static electricity. The supply voltage of Bossbo's large precision instrument room should be stable, generally allowing the voltage fluctuation range to be ±10%. When necessary, equipped with ancillary equipment (such as power supply, etc.). To ensure uninterrupted power supply, dual power supply can be used. A special ground wire should be designed with a grounding resistance of less than 4Ω.
Gas Chromatography Chambers and Atomic Absorption Analytical Laboratories Because of the use of high-pressure cylinders, they are best located near the outside of the cylinder chamber. The distance between the test bench and the wall for placing the instrument is 500mm to facilitate operation and maintenance. Indoors should have good ventilation. A local exhaust hood is located above the atomic absorption instrument. Microcomputers and microcomputer-controlled precision instruments have certain requirements for supply voltage and frequency. In order to prevent voltage transients, instantaneous power outages, and insufficient voltages from affecting the operation of the instrument, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) may be used as required. While designing a dedicated instrument analysis room, the corresponding chemical processing room is designed to be located nearby. This is necessary to protect the equipment and strengthen management.