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DE19614370C1 - Laboratory workstation - Google Patents

Laboratory workplace

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DE19614370C1
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Bruno Sigg
Konrad Kreuzer
Juergen Liebsch
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Waldner Laboreinrichtungen GmbH and Co
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    • A — HUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47-FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47B-TABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B96 / 00 — Details of cabinets, racks or shelf units not covered by a single one of groups A47B43 / 00-A47B95 / 00; General details of furniture
    • A47B96 / 06 — Brackets or similar supporting means for cabinets, racks or shelves
    • A47B96 / 067 — Horizontal rails as suspension means in a cantilever arrangement
    • B — PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B01 — PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL PROCESSES OR APPARATUS IN GENERAL
    • B01L — CHEMICAL OR PHYSICAL LABORATORY APPARATUS FOR GENERAL USE
    • B01L9 / 00 — Supporting Devices; Holding devices
    • B01L9 / 02-Laboratory benches or tables; Fittings therefor
    • F — MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16 — ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16B — DEVICES FOR FASTENING OR SECURING CONSTRUCTIONAL ELEMENTS OR MACHINE PARTS TOGETHER, e.g. NAILS, BOLTS, CIRCLIPS, CLAMPS, CLIPS, WEDGES, JOINTS OR JOINTING
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    • F16B12 / 10 — Jointing of furniture or the like, e.g. hidden from exterior using pegs, bolts, tenons, clamps, clips, or the like
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Description

The invention relates to a laboratory workstation according to the preamble of claim 1.
Such a laboratory workstation is from brochures from the Waldner company; Laboratory system Variolab, movables W90, known.
Laboratory workplaces are intended for work in laboratories of all kinds, especially in schools, universities, institutes and companies. In addition to the work surfaces and storage spaces, you need a number of media supplies of various types as well as additional storage space.
Laboratory buildings are complicated structures which, due to their complexity, require long planning and construction times. In the case of public buildings in particular, the users envisaged in the building planning and the actual users when moving in are often different. In addition, the work content in research is constantly changing, which means that a laboratory often no longer meets the requirements due to the long planning time when moving in. However, since later changes are hardly possible or associated with high costs in the previously common laboratory workstation systems, users usually place very high demands on the possible uses so that activities and work that are only started later can be carried out without significant Changes are necessary. These requirements relate in particular to the media equipment, chemical resistance and storage areas. This, in turn, has the consequence that laboratories have so far been very expensive to purchase and usually overdimensioned by 100%, especially in the media equipment.
Laboratory workplaces are usually arranged linearly parallel to the outer walls of a laboratory room. A standard workstation of the type mentioned comprises an energy cell with media supplies provided thereon. The energy cell consists of two vertical uprights that are connected with cross members. In the lower area are the permanently installed through lines for the media, which connect several workplaces with one another. A media bar is provided at a height of around 900 to 1200 mm, in which media fittings are attached linearly next to one another. The media fittings are screwed into the media bar from the front, and above the media bar there is an electrical channel across the entire width of the energy cell, in which electrical connections and fuses are installed. Above the electrical duct there are other built-in components, for example glass and device shelves, which in turn extend over the entire width of the energy cell. In front of the energy cell is a work table, for example made of a steel frame or a supporting substructure, on which a table top is arranged.
This usual design of a laboratory workstation has the following disadvantages:
  • 1. Access to the internals and media supplies is difficult, so that retrofitting and changes are associated with significant problems. To dismantle the media strip usually provided, for example, all fittings must be removed.
  • 2. Since the media supplies are installed in a linear fashion, the equipment is inflexible. If there is a large number of media supplies, the density of components is often not sufficient. If the equipment is low, space is wasted, as the media strip and / or the electrical duct extend over the entire width.
  • 3. The substructures and tables are dependent on the vertical stands, so the grid of the vertical stands and the tables must be the same.
The object underlying the invention is in contrast to the fact that the laboratory workstation of the type mentioned above is designed so that it has a high degree of flexibility for retrofitting, adapting, etc. during the planning, construction and, in particular, use phase.
This object is achieved by a laboratory workstation with the features of claim 1.
With a laboratory workstation designed in this way, great flexibility is achieved in that changes during the planning phase, during assembly, when the users of the laboratory see the laboratory equipment for the first time, and changes in use are easily and largely possible without having to call on specialist companies . This opens up a way to set up laboratories in a way that is appropriate for their use, without them being greatly overdimensioned during planning.
Particularly preferred configurations of the laboratory workstation according to the invention are the subject matter of the subclaims.
In the following, a particularly preferred embodiment of the laboratory work place is described in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawing. Show it
Fig. 1 is a side view of an energy cell without a laboratory table,
Fig. 2a, b perspective views of a cross member of the energy cell with clamping profiles,
Fig. 4 the wiring of electrical modules,
Fig. 5 shows a side view of a workplace with a work table and an electrical module,
Fig. 6 a side view of a workplace with a work table and sanitary module,
Fig. 7 a sanitary extraction module,
Fig. 10 a storage module and
Fig. 11 a glass shelf module.
A laboratory workstation essentially consists of an energy cell and a work table in front of it. The work table carries a worktop on which, for example, experiments can be run.
Like it in Fig. 1, the energy cell is made up of a support frame to which modules can be attached. The support frame consists of two vertical uprights or upright profiles 1that have holes or grid holes on their inside 3 for attaching cross members of all kinds. At the lower end of the stand profiles 1 there is a stand base 2who has a leveling device 4 Compensates for uneven floors. The stand profiles 1 do not go to the ground but leave a gap 5 to the floor so that the stand profiles 1 regardless of the floor tiles 6 can be arranged. The stand profiles are above the height of the table top 1 with cross members 7 connected to the grid holes 3 are attached adjustable in height. The stand profiles 1 can if necessary by means of a stand extension 9 can be extended up to the ceiling from another upright profile. You can then use a ceiling anchor 10 be attached to the ceiling. At the height of the work table top, i.e. H. there is a console at a height of 720 or 900 mm 11. The space between the stand base 2 and the console 11 is the installation room 18 for horizontal supply lines. In the upper part of this room are the ELT through lines 19 out, underneath are the sanitary pipes 20. There can continue to be sniffer lines and sewer lines 21 be guided in this room.
Above the console 11 are at least two cross members 7 provided on which at least one horizontal row of modules 12 can be attached. The modules 12 can reach to the ceiling. However, it is also possible to have hanging cupboards 15 or veneers 16 on the cross members 7 to attach, being when the facings 16 are designed to be soundproof, the energy cell can also serve as a room divider or room divider. Like it in Fig. 2 is Darge, are the cross members 7 with vertical recesses 22 provided, thanks to the high stability of the cross beam 7 vertical lines can be routed. These lines can be stub lines to fittings or access lines from the ceiling into the energy cell.
The modules 12 have a depth of about 25 mm.
With such a structure, there is a clear definition of how the media lines can be routed independently of one another for the entire energy cell. The through lines are in the installation room 18 led, the space between the vertical stand profiles 1 is reserved for vertical lines, which may be replaced by the recesses 22 in the cross members 7 are led. In the room 13 within the modules 12 If necessary, short cross lines can be used between the modules 12 be laid.
Fig. 2 also shows the fastening for the modules 12. Continuous clamping profiles 85 are on the cross members 7 arranged in which the modules 12 hold. This is particularly advantageous when larger modules are used for facing 12 are needed. Such a clamping profile 85 can by means of cage nuts on the cross member 7 be attached to the energy cell (Fig. 2a). It is also possible to use the clamping profile on the cross member 7 to form, d. H. Clamp profile and cross member in one profile part 86 to train, which is a very easy to assemble embodiment (Fig. 2 B).
The modules 12 all have the same main dimensions and the same type of attachment to the cross members 7. All modules 12 are interchangeable.
The modules 12 are provided in the form of a module set consisting of at least the following individual modules:
The dummy or empty module is the basic unit for the assembled modules. The empty module consists of a flat surface with a rectangular format and is folded on all four sides. The side surfaces have cutouts for cable entries.
The removal module 55 has a greater depth than the other modules but the same dimensions in height and width. A distribution module 56into which the on-site supply line 60 leads, contains terminals and fuses for the remaining modules. It also contains at least one outlet socket 58. The removal modules 55 have at least one 220 V or 380 V socket. All removal modules 55 come with a piece of cable 59 provided with input plug.
The removal modules 55 are thereby removed from the distribution module 56 provided. For longer distances, it is possible to provide extension cables that are routed in the horizontal installation space, while short distances can be bridged via lines in recesses behind the modules. Furthermore, coupling pieces 61 be provided so that on an outlet socket 58 a branch for connecting several extraction modules 55 can be formed on an outgoing line. In this way it is easily possible to determine the location of the removal modules 55 to change.
The sanitary module carries the sanitary, gas and clean gas fittings. Two rows of fittings can be placed on top of each other in a module, so that 5 fittings can be positioned on a module measuring 300 by 300 mm. The fittings in the in Fig. 7 illustrated manner in the rear Ren area on an internal thread. The connection is made with a connection bracket, which also ensures the deflection downwards. The connection angle has a long external thread, which is used to connect to the fitting. The fitting is pressed onto the module housing with a lock nut and fastened there. The separation between the sanitary connection and the mechanical fastening of the module makes installation much easier. The previous attachment by locking the fitting often led to leaks, as the fitting could only be turned up to the vertical position. The connection bracket also has a screw connection or coupling to which a connection hose is attached. On the other side, this hose is plugged into a screw connection or coupling. This is located in a T-piece of the through line, which is located in the room. Since all vertical stub lines are designed with hoses, the module 12 can be easily dismantled and removed from the holding position. Then the hoses can be dismantled and the module can be positioned at a different location. A valve can also be retrofitted and the same media can be retrofitted without any problems by simply inserting an additional coupling piece into the branch line.
A pelvic module 79 carries a drain basin on the module body 80. The drain basin 80 is screwed from the inside of the module or glued to the module. That depends on the pool material. Ceramic basins, for example, have to be glued. The pelvis has a neck at the back 83 on that along with a bow 82 forms a sanitary connection with a seal. Behind the arch there is a siphon 84 connected. Then the vertical branch line is connected to the underground line. The installation of the pool module in the energy cell has a decisive advantage, as it creates a clear separation between the energy cell and the furniture, i.e. H. the work table is achieved, which is in front of the energy cell.The basin module can also be exchanged.
For structural reasons, tripods have so far mostly been provided in connection with the glass shelf. However, this in turn represents a combination of components that are not connected to one another, so that the use of a tripod module is the better system solution. The tripod holder 67 are from behind with a screw 68 attached.
Shelves are an important part of a laboratory workstation. On the storage module 69 are shelf holders 70 for example with screws 74 attached. The shelf holder 70 can raster holes 71 have, on which shelves various depths can be attached. The shelf holder 70 can be attached to a module or adjacent modules to achieve a wider range.
The glass shelves too 78 are attached to modules. The glass retaining profiles 76 are by means of screws 77 via the module with the cross member 7 screwed. The glass shelf modules 75 can, like the storage modules, extend over several module grids.
Any further components can be attached to the modules. There can be modules for example Hängehrankmo, modules with facings to the ceiling or sound-absorbing modules. The modules only have to be in the grid and be able to be attached in the same way.
Due to the modular structure described above, there is a great deal of freedom in planning, and it is still easy to see that changes can still be made during assembly. Another advantage is that the laboratory workstation can later be easily adapted to new requirements.
The arrangement of the energy cell and modules next to one another and / or one behind the other in the form of a fixed grid is important for the overall structure of the laboratory work system. All energy cells have a stand profile on both sides 1, so there are two stands at a back-to-back joint. This means that entire energy cell elements can easily be removed during a renovation and reused at another point.

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1.Laboratory workstation with at least one energy cell, media supplies and fixtures provided on it and a work table in front of the energy cell, whereby the energy cell consists of two vertical stands (1) is constructed, which is supported by at least two cross members (7) are connected to one another, and the built-in components are in the form of a grid in the form of a set of modules (12) are arranged with different functional possibilities and the same width and height, characterized, that the modules (12) Above the height of the workbench removable and exchangeable on clamping profiles (85) are attached, which are in one piece with the cross members (7) are trained.
2. Laboratory workstation according to claim 1, characterized in that the modules (12) Electrical fuse and distribution modules (55, 56) are located via plug connections (58, 61) are connected to each other.
3. Laboratory workstation according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the modules (12) Sanitary modules are provided with fittings that are attached to the back of the sanitary modules, the media connections being independent of the mechanical attachment of the modules.
4. Laboratory workstation according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the modules (12) Drain modules (79) where drainage basins (80) are attached, which can be removed from the front.
5. Laboratory workstation according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the modules (12) Storage modules (69) that have a single or multiple grid width.
6. Laboratory workstation according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the modules (12) Glass shelf modules (75) that have a single or multiple grid width.
7. Laboratory workstation according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the vertical stand (1) of the energy cell not to the ground (6) pass.
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