Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Plan Design Laboratory

How do you start designing a Plan Design Laboratory in an effort to your education? One example of space education in Indonesia in the field of natural science you understand what the natural sciences? in international called biological sciences let us consider further lesson Natural science (IPA), namely biology, physics, chemistry and Sciences Earth and Space (IPBA) requires a laboratory room to practice so that lessons can be more easily understood disciples , To support maximum learning outcomes, of course a laboratory room requires a good design of the design plans so that every practice mrid process can proceed smoothly. Here are some things to consider in designing a laboratory room.


1. Location of science laboratory, each school certainly has its own grip in design the floor plan of a school building associated with the area of ​​land, environment and buildings around the building so there is no definite grip in determining the location of a laboratory room on the school environment. But some things still can be cultivated in a laboratory room to build optimal in terms of room layout:

  •     The layout of the environment, you should put the lab with direction "north-south" as concerned with the installation of a window or the number of windows required.
  •     The layout of each laboratory (science block). Preferably room layout for the lab biology, physics, chemistry and IPBA in the same room but still separated by a room divider. This is very advantageous because it can reduce the process of moving goods laboratory, because some of the same laboratory equipment is sometimes required by each of these subjects.

2. Area laboratory room, the design denahditentukan by the kinds of rooms needed. Basically, the rooms that generally must be owned by a laboratory, among others:

  •     Rooms for teaching and learning activities, where laboratory equipment such as desks, chairs, cabinets and shelves in it, at least 2.5 m2 for each student. So to the laboratory for a capacity of 40 students requires a floor area of ​​2.5 x 40 m2 = 100 m2, for example 8 x 9 x 13m2 or 11m2. Forms can be rectangular room but the form of the long room makes the distance between teachers and students are becoming far behind. To mitigate these weaknesses is suggested that the room was square.
  •     Warehouse, for storing tools, equipment and materials which have not been used. To shed a rather large space is required at least 5 x 4 m2, so it can store cupboards for chemicals.
  •     The room is dark, to do experiments should be free of light.
  •     Greenhouses, if there are vacant areas, greenhouse facilities may be added to assist the process pratek involving plants and sun.

3. Laboratory Equipment, Although there are distinctions laboratory type, but there is a common laboratory facilities that should be in every laboratory, such as:

  •         Table, both for teachers and students
  •         Closet. Cabinets to store equipment. Closet or cupboard under the table can also help in saving space required.
  •         Sink on the table
  •         electricity
  •         Gas



Here are a few examples of the design layout plan science laboratories that may be a source of inspiration:





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