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  1. #21
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    Wink Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Verskoon my onkunde julle, maar wat presies is 'n platkar? (hoop nie dis een wat in 'n ongeluk was nie.. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Def2010 View Post
    Verskoon my onkunde julle, maar wat presies is 'n platkar? (hoop nie dis een wat in 'n ongeluk was nie.. )
    n kar wat bedoel is vir teerpad en nie veldry nie, gewoonlik baie plat op die pad (suspensie) maar daar is uitsonderings.
    Neil

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Jy kan amazing goed met 'n platkar doen as jy net bietjie versigtig kan wees en verstaan waar hy gaan seerkry. Kiepie was te slim en het 'n Jetta se 'sump' op Naude's nek pas uitgehaal.

    Dit is baie goedkoper om soos nodig die 4x4 te huur as die plek bietjie rof is.

    Jy is 'n navorser en behoort nie te sukkel om genoeg huiswerk vooraf te doen nie. Neem maar die meeste van ons se raad met 'n goeie knip sout. Gaan geniet wonderlike plekke en elke uitstappie kan 'n ondervinding wees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceHun View Post
    There are so many small private labs opening up....very interesting.
    I think it is a very good thing. The market was very limited 20 years ago.

    Also the way instruments are designed currently make maintaining a private lab much more viable.

    It's good to see more options opening up.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pieter de Waal View Post
    Jy kan amazing goed met 'n platkar doen as jy net bietjie versigtig kan wees en verstaan waar hy gaan seerkry. Kiepie was te slim en het 'n Jetta se 'sump' op Naude's nek pas uitgehaal.

    Dit is baie goedkoper om soos nodig die 4x4 te huur as die plek bietjie rof is.

    Jy is 'n navorser en behoort nie te sukkel om genoeg huiswerk vooraf te doen nie. Neem maar die meeste van ons se raad met 'n goeie knip sout. Gaan geniet wonderlike plekke en elke uitstappie kan 'n ondervinding wees.
    Dankie, Pieter

    Ek geniet die mengsel van opinies en raad. It's dinner and a show. 8)

    Ek het baie ondervinding om bruikbare feite uit anecdotal evidence uit te vis.

    Sien uit daarna om wonderlike plekke te ontdek en geniet.

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    ... with this informal gathering of Chemical talent ...
    ... we’re looking for small Lab Premises ... 100 to 200m2 of existing or potential lab space.
    My son is intent on establishing a small lab for Tissue Culture, Media Prep, Water Analysis etc etc
    in the BioChem/BioTech/OrgChem
    space ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BushNomad View Post
    ... with this informal gathering of Chemical talent ...
    ... we’re looking for small Lab Premises ... 100 to 200m2 of existing or potential lab space.
    My son is intent on establishing a small lab for Tissue Culture, Media Prep, Water Analysis etc etc
    in the BioChem/BioTech/OrgChem
    space ...
    I will be happy to let you know if I hear of anything.

  8. #28
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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    The biggest clusters of labs are in the Midrand area. Have a look that side. Also out Olifants fontein way.

    Hope he finds something that suits his needs without a lot of conversion.

    Maybe the other two gentlemen will know of something.

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Welcome!
    Last edited by thabogrobler; 2019/10/07 at 08:34 PM.
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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    A finely calibrated analytical instrument then. LOL. That is how we analytical chemists like our instruments. We go to great lengths to make sure we calibrate them.

    In a more complex instrument we often get more information out than we know what to do with. We learn to identify what we need and how best to interpret and apply the information. That is the fine art of being an analytical chemist and where the fun lies.

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Quote Originally Posted by BushNomad View Post
    ... with this informal gathering of Chemical talent ...
    ... we’re looking for small Lab Premises ... 100 to 200m2 of existing or potential lab space.
    My son is intent on establishing a small lab for Tissue Culture, Media Prep, Water Analysis etc etc
    in the BioChem/BioTech/OrgChem
    space ...
    PM sent...
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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Emmie L View Post
    I think it is a very good thing. The market was very limited 20 years ago.

    Also the way instruments are designed currently make maintaining a private lab much more viable.

    It's good to see more options opening up.
    The maintenance of the accreditation and certification can be a pain though.

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Emmie L View Post
    A CSI/ NCIS type one in which you get the GC going and 5 minutes later get a really cool single answer. (After you have done a bit of wet chemistry with a blue or violently green solution with no visible useful application.)
    Whaaaaat? I thought it was all true

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Emmie, I have absolutely no clue what you do for a living, it's all geek to me, but welcome anyway!
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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    For me it's just part of the routine of a lab. When accreditation practices are part of your rhythm it is not so disruptive.

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Papsak View Post
    Whaaaaat? I thought it was all true

    Welcome.
    All true. In TV land.

    Thanks for the welcome.

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    Default Re: Thank you for letting me play in your sandbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Weaver View Post
    Emmie, I have absolutely no clue what you do for a living, it's all geek to me, but welcome anyway!
    Tony, when I started studying this I couldn't spell it and didn't have a clue what I was letting myself in for. But it's been an amazing ride.

    Thank you for the welcome.

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