General Laboratory High-Pressure Equipment
The equipment of a high-pressure laboratory has specific features differing from the equipment of ordinary physical and chemical laboratories. The primary difference is the combination of cumbersome metal machinery and apparatus, glass analytic apparatus, and precise measuring instruments. This combination makes it especially necessary to think through the problem of efficiently locating instruments and apparatus available for use.
KeywordsFire Safety Front Wall Safety Valve Rear Wall Instrument Panel
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