Furniture option to spruce up your dining room

April 24, 2012  //  Posted by: home improvement guide  //  Category: Furniture

The dining room concept might be unique as per your design plan and hence would differ from others, with those unique ideas you have been gathering for some time, and it’s now time to turn your thoughts to action. Here brief concepts are being shared which might assist you on the way.

So materials come first; all furniture are made with a strong foundation of wood, glass, chrome, stainless steel, wrought iron etc, some of the new trends in furniture are that made from stones, fibre glass, crystal or other materials. Today Fusion is a trend and so all materials are mixed and matched to give design to a host of new furniture generation.

Well style is also an important factor to look forward to; there are host of contemporary designers or go for some pocket-friendly professional help and provide them with you plan and get your furniture specially ordered. You have a variety on textures on glass tops like clear, frosted or black. Rich colour, edges and curves of the design should also be looked into. Last but not least, the display is a factor too; don’t get your place overcrowded, leave it spacious. Happy decorating!!

What are biological safety cabinets?

April 05, 2012  //  Posted by: home improvement guide  //  Category: Furniture

Biological safety cabinets are also called biosafety cabinet and sometimes microbiological safety cabinet. They are ventilated and enclosed workspaces of laboratory for working in a safe atmosphere with certain materials that are contaminated or are could be contaminated with harmful pathogens. Such environments of work require a certain level of biosafety.


There are many kinds of BSC. The difference of the degree is based on the biological containment that is required. It was in the year of 1950 that these cabinets became available commercially. The main need of these cabinets is to serve for the basic means of protection for the workers of the laboratory. The air that is exhausted is filtered by HEPA when it leaves the cabinet. Thus, the viruses and the harmful bacteria are removed. This is not the case in the clean bench of laminar flow as it blows the unfiltered air in the direction of the user making it an unsafe area from the pathogens.