Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations / Edition 2

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Overview

Health and safety are complicated and often neglected issues in laboratory design. Since the successful publication in 1987 of the first edition of Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations, many new issues involved in cost-effective design of new laboratories or in the renovation of existing facilities need to be dealt with. For laboratory owners and managers, architects, engineers, health and safety personnel, and risk managers, this new edition provides a systematic approach to examining the occupational health and safety factors that have a direct bearing on those who work in science and engineering laboratories. The book begins by presenting you with the common elements of laboratory design, looking squarely at building and laboratory considerations - you'll learn what sort of materials are used, what types of operations occur within the site, and the health and safety issues related to the entire laboratory building. In addition to all the various laboratories discussed in the first edition, ranging from the general chemistry laboratory to the physics laboratory to the biosafety laboratory, two new types of laboratories are presented. The microelectronics laboratory is included which is an extension of the chapter on clean rooms that addresses clean room operations where extremely hazardous materials are used. A chapter on print-making laboratories is included where such activities as lithography, screen printing and intaglio and relief processes are carried out. The chapter on the teaching laboratory has been expanded to reflect the trend toward microscale techniques and the resultant design considerations. A new part has been added to this edition which discusses the support services needed for laboratory operations. These include photographic darkrooms, support rooms for such activities as glass blowing, metal working and wood working and rooms to handle chemical, biological, and radiation waste. And finally, to complete this u

Elements of lab design; guidelines for specific types of labs; HVAC systems; administrative/support services

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Updated from its first edition in 1987, this handbook is intended for lab owners and managers, architects, engineers, health and safety personnel, and risk managers. This edition includes new material on microelectronics and print-making labs, an expanded chapter on teaching labs, a new part on support services for labs such as darkrooms, and a section on the latest trends in building and lab layouts, including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, with a chapter on variable air volume systems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471554639
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/12/1992
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 6.43 (w) x 9.54 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction 1
Pt. I Common Elements of Laboratory Design
1 Building Considerations 11
2 Laboratory Considerations 81
Pt. II Design Guidelines for a Number of Commonly Used Laboratories
3 General Chemistry Laboratory 125
4 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory 129
5 High-Toxicity Laboratory 133
6 Pilot Plant (Chemical Engineering Laboratory) 139
7 Physics Laboratory 145
8 Clean Room Laboratory 153
9 Controlled Environment (Hot or Cold) Room 167
10 High-Pressure Laboratory 175
11 Radiation Laboratory 179
12 Biosafety Laboratory 187
13 Clinical Laboratory 199
14 Teaching Laboratory 207
15 Gross Anatomy Laboratory 219
16 Pathology Laboratory 227
17 Team Research Laboratory 237
18 Animal Research Laboratory 245
19 Microelectronics Laboratory 263
20 Printmaking Studio 281
Pt. III Laboratories Support Services
21 Photographic Darkrooms 303
22 Support Shop 313
23 Hazardous Chemical, Radioactive, Biological Waste Handling 325
Pt. IV Administrative Procedures
24 Project Execution and Bidding Procedures 345
25 Performance and Final Acceptance Criteria 363
26 Energy Conservation 373
Pt. V HVAC Systems
27 Background on HVAC 391
28 ASHRAE Comfort Standards 411
29 Fans 417
30 Ventilation Air Cleaning 421
31 Laboratory Hoods and Other Exhaust Air Contaminant-Capture Facilities and Equipment 429
32 Exhaust Air Ducts and Accessories 457
33 Variable-Air-Volume Systems 461
Pt. VI Appendixes
I. Emergency Showers 479
II. Emergency Eyewash Units 481
III. Excess Flow Check Valves 483
IV. Signs 485
V. Matrix 489
References 493
Index 502
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