Laboratory equipment

Guidelines and best practices for the use and maintenance of gloveboxes at EPFL

Use and good practice of laboratory fume hoods

Guidelines for tabletop 3D printers

When working with microorganisms, care must be taken to protect:the user against infectionsthe environment from contaminationA biosafety cabinet meets both these criteria, as it is a physical barrier consisting of an airflow to protect the user from aerosols, and a glass screen to protect the user from spills and splashes.As they often look alike, it (…)

Extension cords and reels that comply with the new IP55 standard now offer effective protection against dust and splashing water, regardless of the angle at which they are projected and whether they are plugged in or not.