Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2005 15:51:46 -0400

Author: Michael Timmins

Subject: Re: Carpet in physics labs

Post:

we had a lab room with carpeting, it made the room much quieter, especially
with all the computers but it didn't last very long and developed bubbles and
bumps that people would trip over. Newer computers are very quiet and we
decided to go back to tile when we redid the room.
Mike T.

On Tuesday 18 October 2005 02:23 pm, Doug Johnson wrote:
> Has anyone had experience with carpet in their physics labs? I suppose
> that keeping it clean would be a problem and sliding chairs around would be
> too. Any other glitches with having carpet?
> My gut feeling is it would be better to stick to regular floor tile.
> Any other floor options out there? ...Doug J.

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