1. Plastic products: plastic, beaker, dilution bottle, washing bottle, plastic measuring cylinder, bubble film, plastic centrifuge tube, plastic measuring cup, PE gloves, funnel rack, test tube rack, alcohol bottle, straw, plastic bottle, plastic filter, plastic culture Dishes, pipette racks, fluorinated bottles, plastic droppers, centrifuge tube boxes, slide boxes, colorimetric tube racks, sample tanks, etc.
2. Ceramic products: Buchner funnel, porcelain evaporating dish, porcelain ark, white reaction plate, porcelain crucible, porcelain mortar, porcelain crucible stand, combustion tube, etc.
3. Metal products: faucet, sample spoon (medicine spoon), crucible iron stand, titration stand, test tube stand, crucible tongs, alcohol blowtorch, clips, tweezers, experimental scissors, lifting platform, Bunsen burner, etc.
4. Biochemical consumables: culture plates, cryopreservation boxes, deep well plates, PCR cryotube boxes, petri dishes, staining racks, culture tubes, cell cryopreservation, ELISA plates, etc.
5. Paper products: label paper, test paper, PH test paper, filter paper, weighing paper, lens cleaning paper, etc.
6. Rubber products: silicone tubes, white rubber plugs, flask holders, ear washing balls, gloves, reverse plugs, silicone plugs, latex tubes, rubber tubes, double balls, etc.
1. The classification of consumables is not clear enough
2. The acceptance of consumables is not strict. The acceptance of consumables is related to whether the quality of the consumables is up to standard. Due to the lax acceptance of some laboratory personnel, some suppliers are shoddy, resulting in the quality of consumables not meeting the requirements, which in turn affects the normality of subsequent experiments. carry out.
3. Insufficient storage of consumables. After consumables are put into storage, they are not sorted and stored randomly, and there is no relevant receipt record when they are used. It is easy to cause some consumables to expire and be scrapped, which will cause a lot of loss to the laboratory's funds.