Sinks and Sinks
In the laboratories where analyzes and experiments are applied, many materials are contaminated during the day. Considering that impurities in the materials used in the experiments will change the results of the experiments, it is understood that a clean working environment should be provided. Moreover, considering the chemical materials contaminated with the hand, the use of sinks and sinks is required in laboratories. Thus, hygienic conditions can be provided in the laboratory environment. There are many types of sinks and sinks according to their resistance to chemicals. Ceramic, marble, metal based sinks are available, as well as polymeric models designed and manufactured with the latest technology are preferred.
Maximum Resistance Against All Chemicals
If it regularly uses dense and concentrated acids such as nitric, hydrochloric, perchloric and hydrofluoric, the use of polyolefin laboratory sinks to wash glassware is quite logical because polyolefin sinks; It provides the superior resistance needed to corrosive environments, solvents and acidic chemicals. They also have thermal resistance against liquids whose temperature increased during the experiment. These sinks, which are made of highly resistant material against abrasion and spillage or similar hazards that may occur in the laboratory environment, are also long-lasting.