Thursday, January 21, 2010

Cleanliness of laboratory equipment.

Cleanliness of laboratory equipment, whether in the form of equipment or non-glass container glass such as polyethylene, polypropylene and Teflon, is a very fundamental part of laboratory activities and is an important element in quality assurance programs.

Attention to the cleanliness of these items should be improved and should be proportionate to the level of interest test, the required measurement accuracy and decreasing the concentration analit to be determined.

Each laboratory should establish adequate procedures for cleaning equipment and non-glass cups that are used in a variety of tests. If a particular test methodology requires a specific cleaning procedure, the procedure must be followed.

How to Clean General Laboratory Equipment.

The process of cleaning must be done immediately after the equipment is used. Disposing of hazardous materials and corrosive cleaning equipment is cleaned before. Washing equipment must be manually or automatically using a suitable detergent to use.

Organic residues require treatment with Chromic acid cleaning solution. Equipment must be dried and stored under conditions that do not allow the occurrence of contamination by dust or other materials.

How To Clean Balance.

Cleanliness scales should be checked after each use, parts and weighing should be cleaned with a brush, soft cloth or paper (tissue) and clean up the overall balance the scales must be turned off 392, then the dish (pan) the scales can be removed and the entire balance can be cleaned by using cleaning like a soft detergent, combine water and ethanol / alcohol. After cleaning the scales on and after a heated, check back with the child's scale.

How to Cleaning and Caring for bath water (Water Bath) Thermostat.

Treatment on a regular basis by the customer Service is not required. Cleaning required at treatment (such as cleaning blade-blade / vane wheel) conducted by the laboratory operator in accordance with manufacturer instructions.

Media heating and Tools.

Media heating (eg water) must be replaced in case of contamination to be seen (such as particles, contamination from the reagents). Surface of the device should be cleaned by using cleaning (soap / detergent used). Contamination is stronger (the deposits of limestone), can be removed with special cleaning / matching (eg, dilute acetic acid).

Cleanliness of laboratory equipment, whether in the form of equipment or non-glass container glass such as polyethylene, polypropylene and Teflon, is a very fundamental part of laboratory activities and is an important element in quality assurance programs.

Attention to the cleanliness of these items should be improved and should be proportionate to the level of interest test, the required measurement accuracy and decreasing the concentration analit to be determined.

Each laboratory should establish adequate procedures for cleaning equipment and non-glass cups that are used in a variety of tests. If a particular test methodology requires a specific cleaning procedure, the procedure must be followed.

How to Clean General Laboratory Equipment.

The process of cleaning must be done immediately after the equipment is used. Disposing of hazardous materials and corrosive cleaning equipment is cleaned before. Washing equipment must be manually or automatically using a suitable detergent to use.

Organic residues require treatment with Chromic acid cleaning solution. Equipment must be dried and stored under conditions that do not allow the occurrence of contamination by dust or other materials.

How To Clean Balance.

Cleanliness scales should be checked after each use, parts and weighing should be cleaned with a brush, soft cloth or paper (tissue) and clean up the overall balance the scales must be turned off 392, then the dish (pan) the scales can be removed and the entire balance can be cleaned by using cleaning like a soft detergent, combine water and ethanol / alcohol. After cleaning the scales on and after a heated, check back with the child's scale.

How to Cleaning and Caring for bath water (Water Bath) Thermostat.

Treatment on a regular basis by the customer Service is not required. Cleaning required at treatment (such as cleaning blade-blade / vane wheel) conducted by the laboratory operator in accordance with manufacturer instructions.

Media heating and Tools.

Media heating (eg water) must be replaced in case of contamination to be seen (such as particles, contamination from the reagents). Surface of the device should be cleaned by using cleaning (soap / detergent used). Contamination is stronger (the deposits of limestone), can be removed with special cleaning / matching (eg, dilute acetic acid).

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