What you should be asking when considering new flooring for your lab or clean room
For the lab professionals out there, how often do you think about the floor in your lab? As a clinician, you may think about flooring when your back or feet hurt after a long day of standing. Or if there’s a spill or some other risk of contamination. Perhaps even more if an expensive piece of lab equipment is damaged by the static electricity in the lab. Then flooring becomes extremely important.
As a flooring company that works with hospital facilities managers and lab management professionals, we typically ask a litany of questions before making a recommendation. Those categories considerations include: operational; installation, aesthetics and maintenance. Here are some of the more critical questions we ask a lab or facilities manager.