Industrial Laboratory

Industrial laboratories are used to conduct research in a number of different fields and markets, including the automotive, water treatment and semiconductor industries.

Industrial labs can exist for a number of different purposes. They can be responsible for testing automotive parts in order to help clients in the global automotive industry develop, improve and maintain high-quality products, components and systems. An industrial lab might also focus on water treatment and purification, with scientists who work on methods of determining what is in the water and how it can be improved. Other industrial laboratories focus on semiconductor labs that undertake, aid, promote and facilitate research and development in the field of semiconductor technology. Work done at industrial labs has benefited the public in myriad concrete ways, including the improvement of drinking water, construction of more-efficient cars, and generation of life-altering inventions, like the light-emitting diode (LED).

The industrial lab employs a wide range of professionals in order to ensure that the lab functions as effectively as possible. In the industrial laboratory, a lab manager will work to balance the dynamics of the lab. Their responsibility is to maintain proper functioning of both the scientific and administrative aspects of the operation, so they do things like oversee lab safety, as well as manage a lab schedule. Many industrial labs will employ medical laboratory scientists to perform clinical research. Professionals in this field are in high demand, as their work is highly specialized. A clinical laboratory scientist (CLS) is qualified to conduct testing procedures for research, and handle lab tools and equipment.

If you work in an industrial laboratory, NuAire manufactures a wide range of industrial research laboratory equipment that can help ensure you're meeting your research needs in the most effective way. At NuAire, you can find equipment like polypropylene fume hoods, laboratory centrifuges that separate samples for extraction, polypropylene casework, acid storage cabinets, CO2 incubators, custom biological enclosures, pharmacy isolators, ultra-low temperature freezers, biological safety cabinets and laminar airflow workstations. Having the right laboratory equipment can make your research safer, more accurate and more cost-effective, and give you optimum control over the quality of your products while reducing any risk to your clients and staff.

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