Here, we provide a range of knowledge bases, product guides and FAQs which aim to help you through the possibly confusing process of buying lab equipment and water testing products for the first time and getting the best from them, including links to our blog where we provide even more in depth information.
Climatic Test Chambers
What is a test chamber? How do I know if a test chamber is what I need and which one is the most appropriate for my needs.
Choosing the right test chamber for your application Choosing the right model and brand can be a minefield. Camlab want to help and guide you to the best solution for your application.
Ductless Filtering Fume Hoods
Ductless fume hoods explained - why is a ductless fume hood better than a ducted one, and what to consider before purchase.
Choosing the right fume hood for your application - common questions to ask yourself before deciding on the best filtering fume hood for your application.
Laboratory Glass Washers
Why do I need a laboratory grade glass washer? What's the difference between a domestic and laboratory grade glass washer? What features should I look for when purchasing a new appliance?
Choosing the right glass washer How do I choose the right glass washer to suit my glassware and my budget? Camlab are experts in laboratory glasswashers and we have some tips and tricks for choosing the right one.
What type of lab glassware should I use? - what are the differences between soda lime and borosilicate and what option should I choose for my application?
Volumetric glassware- common questions answered to help you understand the differences between volumetric glassware.
Water Testing & Electrochemistry
Taking a pH reading and electrode maintenence - we explain how to take a reading and good practise when it comes to looking after your electrode.
Discontinued and deleted products
Many manufacturers delete or discontinued products we try and ensure customers have access to spares and support for as long as possible. In some cases the support will pass to a third party company rather than Camlab. Click here for more information