I once breathed in Bromine vapour and it didn't affect me at all, ik, ik, ik, i ,nkakmijfsiisajf:toxic:didisioi,dddddhsaiIOoioLOAOI:cake::lightbulb2::frankenstein::einstein::danger: they're coming to take me away HA HA:laughing:
I've been working for 50 years, always in a scientific environment, and I've noticed, and commented on this, over the years, but there seems to be a preponderance of Librans, as I am, amongst my colleagues.
I don't quite understand why they cost so much, glorified bulb holder really aren't they? I suppose they charge so much because you are forced to pay it if you need one , it would be difficult/ unsafe to codge something up. I wonder if you could get a PET to BNC adaptor?
I know two separate people who have bought a flat recently(in the last year) and both now regret it. The maintenance charges cost an arm and a leg already, but they then ask for extra when unforeseen problems with the building arise. It's not always apparent what your future costs may be. This...
I used to use these when working in analytical labs, ours were not only self filling with a pressurised system, but also self zeroing. Saves lots of time when you have loads of titrations to carry out. We had a bank of six of these with different reagents/concentrations set on a plastic board...
Trolleys (Trollies?) for anything, especially heavy or bulky stuff
Optics Trolley- (not for spirits unfortunately) with ray boxes ,filters, lenses etc
Power Pack Trolley
6th form Microscope Trolley
Yrs 7-11 Microscope Trolley
Masses, pulleys, springs, half metre rules Trolley...