Trespa Worktops Physics Laboratory Furniture Mobile Lab Bench
|Worktop Compare||Phenolic Resin||Stainless Steel||Edge Grain marble||High Pressure Laminate||Epoxy Resin|
|areas of use||all||select||select||select||all|
Planning to accommodate security protocols
Closely interconnected with materials and consumables is security
in the planning process. Laboratory security has four basic goals:
identifying areas of public access where anyone may go; controlling
access to spaces and rooms where researchers work; protecting
intellectual property; and controlling access to hazardous
Where is the general public permitted and where is it not? Areas
closed to the public need secured doors controlled with readers and
access cards or other security devices stronger than traditional
Clarity is the key starting point for effective security planning,
and it begins with a red pen and a diagram of the lab. Use the pen
to outline security areas and access doors—and do so with the
committee as well as the campus public safety and security
For spaces requiring high security, two-factor access control can
be used. One-factor security requires one method of identification
defined as something you have—an access control card, a PIN, or
perhaps a bio-metric such as a fingerprint.
|Model Number||Physics Laboratory Furniture|
|Certification||ISO9001, ISO14001, SGS, CE|
|Price||USD 200~800 per set|
|Payment Terms||T/T / L/C / Western Union|
|Supply Ability||100000 per Month|
|Place of Origin||Guangzhou,China|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 set|
|Delivery Time||15-20 working days|
|Packaging Details||wooden case/ carton packing|
|Body Cabinet Materail||1. Made of 1.0~1.2mm thickness cold rolled steel sheet|
|2. Made of 18mm thickness of high quality MDF panel or Plywood or
Partical Board or MFC, both sides slabed with melamine paint and
2mm thick PVC edging.|
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Two-factor security adds a second factor. For instance, one
two-factor system might require presenting an access control card
to a reader and then touching a fingerprint reader.
The appropriate level of security for a lab depends on the
sensitivity of the research being done there and the nature of the
materials being used.
As more factors are added, security becomes tighter and tighter.
Finally, it is important to discuss a lab security plan with the
fire marshal or other building official responsible for inspecting
and certifying egress paths for the building.