Science room re-do

Blog series by BillyJ consisting of 2 parts so far

Part 1: Phase 1

09-02-2009 12:53 AM by BillyJ | 5 comments »

A little background: This room was converted from a pre-school room to a science room almost 10 years ago. The architects felt they would provide the school with a lab such as one might find in industry. I talked with many chemists, and to the person, they never saw any professional lab set up like this. To begin with, the lab sink counter is too high. At more than 42”, it would take a person over 6’ tall to see into the middle of the sink. Second, the sink. It is 8” i...

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Part 2: The finished product

10-08-2009 05:44 AM by BillyJ | 6 comments »

It has taken me longer to post these final pics and write about it than it actually took me to finish the project. As usual, after finishing the first sink, the second went much faster. You learn what TO do. After removing everything, I saw that the plumbers did a much better job on running the pipe than in the first sink. Apparently, they too learned what to do on the second sink! There was actually room to work with. I assembled the sink and put the faucets on FIRST, rather than t...

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