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Don’t Let It Change! Controlling Your Lab Environment

Download this guide to learn about laboratory environmental monitoring solutions

Having a controlled lab environment free of fluctuations is vital to scientific rigor and productivity. From preserving the quality of biological samples to ensuring the safety of lab personnel, having the right systems in place to maintain a controlled and consistent lab environment can ensure efficiency.

Consider an environmental monitoring system (EMS) that can continuously and robustly monitor your laboratory environment:

  • Temperature and humidity maintained by heating, venting, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems
  • Air quality, including air flow, air velocity, air filtration, air particle counts, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Light intensity

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