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10.16.2020 | Sydney Cross

What Are Electrostatic-Dissipative Materials?

Plastics are naturally insulative, making them resistant to electric charge – meaning that electricity cannot easily travel through pure plastics. Because plastic inhibits the flow of electrons, a static charge is unable to dissipate and can remain on the surface of an item for quite some time. If you have ever experienced touching something (a

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06.29.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Start a Millwork Company

Millwork companies create wood construction parts, like molding and cabinet pieces, that are finished and ready to be used for building/finishing projects. The role of millwork companies is an important one, since they provide builders and designers with the necessary parts to create high-quality, custom finished spaces like labs, teaching facilities, medical exam rooms, and

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06.18.2020 | Sydney Cross

Phenolic Resin vs. Epoxy Resin Countertops

Selecting furniture for a lab does not just mean choosing the items that appeal most to your aesthetic sensibilities or those pieces that fit in your budget. The job of furnishing a lab requires you to pay close attention to every detail of your selections, and one of the most important details will always be

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06.15.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Care for Stainless Steel in Cleanrooms & Pharmaceutical Labs

Cleanrooms and pharmaceutical labs typically handle the testing or manufacturing of materials that are sensitive to environmental contamination. In cleanrooms, researchers and technicians may be handling any number of vulnerable materials, since cleanrooms are used for the manufacturer of everything from semiconductors to OLED displays.  Similarly, pharmaceutical labs may handle any number of chemicals, substances,

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05.28.2020 | Scott Sewell

Under the Microscope – Andrea Redinger

Under the Microscope is a new series of interviews from OnePointe Solutions aimed at highlighting the various heroes of the hallways in high schools and colleges across the country. First up, is Andrea Redinger,a biology teacher from Greensburg Salem High School in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. What challenges do you face as a high school biology teacher

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05.22.2020 | Sydney Cross

Types of SEFA-8 Tests

SEFA-8 testing changes slightly based on the surface material of your casework and the requirements of your lab. While some special materials may require specific testing to ensure they are up to par, the SEFA-8 standards typically consist of three relatively simple types of tests.  Mechanical Tests Mechanical tests measure how much weight your casework

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05.15.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Start an Aquaculture Business

Farming can be a difficult industry to break into, with the cost of purchasing viable land, acquiring licensures, building infrastructure, purchasing livestock, and attaining licensures to contend with. On top of being difficult to start independently, traditional livestock farming can also take quite some time to be profitable, and it can take years of rigorous

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05.14.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Start a Brewery Lab in 2020

If you have a passion for beer and are planning on opening your own brewery, there are a few things you may not yet have considered. You likely have a deep knowledge of all things relating to the brewing and consuming of beer, but you may not know just what it takes to ensure your

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