Sinks, Laboratory

Definition : Sinks designed for cleaning and manipulation of laboratory devices, instruments, and supplies. These sinks typically consist of one or more non-absorbent and resistant to acids, salts, and solvents bowls (e.g., made of epoxy resin or stainless steel) with a seamless, without crevices, and rounded corner construction that includes several faucets, cold, hot, and deionized water supply, soap dispensers, and appropriate tubing for drainage. The sinks may also include exhaust ducts for connection to the building ventilation system and a waste bin. They are usually operated using hand and/or foot pedals. Clinical laboratory sinks are available as stand alone units or more frequently to be mounted on standard laboratory cabinets. Stand-alone bigger, deeper, and wider laboratory sinks intended to wash glassware are also available.

Entry Terms : "Laboratory Sinks" , "Clinical Laboratory Sinks" , "Sinks, Hand" , "Hand Sinks" , "Sinks, Clinical"

UMDC code : 15935

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