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Guidelines for Laboratory Design : Health, Safety, and Environmental Considerations

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Pub. Date:
4/8/2013
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Wiley
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Summary

There have been significant changes in laboratory design criteria and many advances in the health and safety aspects of lab design in recent years. Now completely updated and revised, this fourth edition of Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations includes up-to-date health regulations, safety references and environmental considerations for use in laboratory design, a new chapter on Sustainable Design, and information on the designing green laboratories. This resource provides architects, design and consulting engineers, and students with the most current guidelines available.

Author Biography

LOUIS J. DiBERARDINIS, BS, MS, CIH, CSP, is the Director of Environment, Health, and Safety at MIT. He is a visiting lecturer at Harvard University School of Public Health and Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in the Department of the Work Environment. He received his BS in chemical engineering from Northeastern University and an MS in industrial hygiene from Harvard University.

JANET S. BAUM, BS, MArch, AiA, currently teaches part-time at Harvard University School of Public Health and at both the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design and the Institute of Public Health, Washington University in St. Louis. She earned her BS in architectural sciences at Washington University in St. Louis and her master of architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

The late MELVIN W. FIRST, ScD, CIH, PE, was a researcher and professor of environmental health Engineering at the Harvard School of Public Health for almost sixty years and was actively involved in research until a week before his death.

GARI T. GATWOOD, BSME, CSP (retired), is a consultant in safety engineering. He has forty years of safety experience in missile defense, commercial chemicals, laboratories, and university programs. He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy in Rolla, Missouri.

Anand K. Seth, BS, MS, PE, CEM, CPE, is currently an Engineering Principal in Cannon Design, an international architectural/engineering firm. Seth worked at Massachusetts General Hospital as director of engineering and at Harvard University. He holds a master of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Maine and has done postgraduate work at other universities.

Table of Contents

TBD Dedication

TBD Acknowledgments

TBD Preface

TBD Abbreviations

TBD Units

TBD Introduction

PART IA COMMON ELEMENTS OF LABORATORY DESIGN Introduction

Chapter 1 Building Considerations 1.1 Guiding Concepts

1.2 Building Layout

1.3 Guiding Principles for Building Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems

1.4 Guiding Concepts for Laboratory Building Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

1.5 Miscellaneous Services

Chapter 2 Laboratory Considerations

PART IB COMMON ELEMENTS OF RENOVATIONS

Introduction

Chapter 3 Renovations: Building Considerations

3.1 Guiding Concepts

3.2 Building Layout

3.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems

3.4. Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

3.5 Miscellaneous Services

Chapter 4 Renovations: Laboratory Considerations

4.1 Guiding Concepts

4.2 Laboratory Layout

4.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-conditioning systems

4.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

PART II DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR A NUMBER OF COMMONLY USED LABORATORIES

Introduction

Chapter 5 General or Analytical Chemistry Laboratory

5.1 Description

5.2 Laboratory Layout

5.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

5.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

5.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 6 High-Toxicity Laboratory

6.1 Description

6.2 Laboratory Layout

6.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

6.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

6.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 7 Nanotechnology Laboratories

7.1 Description

7.2 Laboratory Layout

7.3heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

7.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

Chapter 8 Engineering Laboratories

8.1 Description

8.2 Engineering Disciplines and Some of Their Most Common Laboratory Types

8.3 Wind Tunnel Laboratory

8.4 Jet and Rocket Propulsion Laboratory

8.5 Hydraulics Laboratory

8.6 Material Analysis and Testing Laboratory

8.7 Electrical Circuits, Motors, and Generators Laboratory

8.8 Foundry Laboratory

8.9 Internal Combustion and Gas Turbine Engine Laboratory

Chapter 9 Pilot Plant: Chemical, Engineering, and Biological

9.1 Description

9.2 Pilot Plant Layout

9.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

9.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

9.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 10 Physics Laboratory

10.1 Description

10.2 Laboratory Layout

10.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

10.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

10.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 11 Controlled Environment Room: Hot or Cold

11.1 Description

11.2 Laboratory Layout

11.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

11.4 Loss Prevention

11.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 12 High-Pressure Laboratory

12.1 Description

12.2 Laboratory Layout

12.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

12.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

12.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 13 Radiation Laboratory

13.1 Description

13.2 Laboratory Layout

13.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

13.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

13.5 Special Considerations

Chapter 14 Biosafety Laboratory

14.1 Description

14.2 Laboratory Layout

14.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

14.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

14.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 15 Clinical Laboratories

15.1 Description

15.2 Laboratory Layout

15.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

15.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

Chapter 16 Teaching Laboratory

16.1 Description

16.2 Laboratory Layout

16.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

16.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

Chapter 17 Gross Anatomy Laboratory

17.1 Description

17.2 Laboratory Layout

17.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

17.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

17.5 Security

Chapter 18 Pathology Laboratory

18.1 Description

18.2 Laboratory Layout

18.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

18.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

18.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 19 Autopsy Laboratory

19.1 Description

19.2 Laboratory Layout

19.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

19.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

Chapter 20 Morgue Facility

20.1 Description

20.2 Laboratory Layout

20.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

20.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

Chapter 21 Open or Team Research Laboratory

21.1 Description

21.2 Laboratory Layout

21.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

21.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

21.5 Special Considerations

Chapter 22 Animal Research Laboratory

22.1 Description

22.2 Laboratory Layout

22.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

22.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

22.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 23 Microelectronics and Cleanroom Laboratories

23.1 Description

23.2 Laboratory Layout

23.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning

23.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personnel Safety

Chapter 24 Printmaking Studio

24.1 Description

24.2 Print Studio Layout

24.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

24.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

PART III LABORATORY SUPPORT SERVICES

Introduction

Chapter 25 Imaging and Photographic Facilities

25.1 Introduction

25.2 Imaging and Photographic Facility Layouts

25.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

25.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

25.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 26 Support Shops

26.1 Description

26.2 Layout

26.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

26.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

26.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 27 Hazardous Chemical, Radioactive, and Biological Waste Handling Rooms

27.1 Guiding Concepts

27.2 Layout

27.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

27.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

27.5 Special Requirements

Chapter 28 Laboratory Storerooms

28.1 Description

28.2 Layout

28.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

28.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

28.5 Special Requirements

PART IV HVAC SYSTEMS

Introduction

Chapter 29 HVAC Systems

29.1 Description

29.2 Air-Conditioning Systems

29.3 HVAC System Design and Description

29.4 System Descriptions and Strategies

29.5 Humidification and Dehumidification

29.6 Space Pressure Control

29.7 Automatic Control System

Chapter 30 FANS

30.1 FAN Terminology

30.2 Exhaust FAN Specifications

30.3 Atmospheric Dispersion

30.4 FAN Laws

30.5 FAN Selection

30.6 FAN Performance

Chapter 31 Air Cleaning

31.1 Introduction

31.2 Air-Cleaning Equipment for Laboratories

Chapter 32 Laboratory Hoods and Other Exhaust Air Contaminant-Capture Facilities And Equipment

32.1 Introduction

32.2 Conventional Bypass Chemical Fume Hoods

32.3 Auxiliary Air Chemical Fume Hoods

32.4 Perchloric Acid Fume Hoods

32.5 Hoods for Work With Radioactive Materials

32.6 Variable Air-Volume Hoods

32.7 High-Performance Hoods

32.8 Gloveboxes

32.9 Biological Safety Cabinets

32.10 Capture (Exterior) Hoods

32.11 Ductless Hoods

32.12 Performance Tests

Chapter 33 Exhaust Air Ducts and Accessories

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Exhust Duct Considerations

33.3 Exhust System Classification

33.4 Duct Accessories

Chapter 34 Variable-Air-Volume Systems

34.1 Introduction

34.2 Vav Hoods

34.3 Good Design Practices for Vav Systems

34.4 Variable-Volume Exhaust System Operational Concept

34.5 Vav System Controls and Components

34.6 Vav System Fan Controls and Components

34.7 Vav System Duct Configurations

Chapter 35 Energy Conservation

35.1 Introduction

35.2 Recent Trends

35.3 Exhaust Ventilation for Contamination Control

35.4 Lighting

35.5 Thermal Insulation

35.6 Humidity Control

35.7 Evaporative Cooling

35.8 Water Conservation

35.9 Efficient Operating Strategies

PART V ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

Introduction

Chapter 36 Project Execution and Bidding Procedures

36.1 Guiding Concepts

36.2 Implementation

36.3 Bid Form

36.4 Contract

36.5 Change Orders

36.6 Construction Inspections

36.7 Punch List

36.8 Additional Testing, Acceptance, and Commissioning

36.9 Beneficial Occupancy

36.10 Final Acceptance and Commissioning

Chapter 37 Commissioning and Final Acceptance Criteria

37.1 Guiding Concepts

37.2 Design, Construction, and Preoccupancy Checklists

37.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning

37.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

37.5 Project Commissioning

Chapter 38  Sustainable Laboratory Design

38.1 Introduction

38.2 Laboratory Construction Materials

38.3 Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Coniditioning

38.4 Loss Prevention, Industrial Hygiene, and Personal Safety

38.5 Miscellaneous Services

38.6 Lighting

38.7 Submetering

38.8 Additional Background Material

PART VI APPENDICES

A Emergency Showers

B Emergency Eyewash Units

C Signs

D Stack Design

E Matrix

References

Index



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