Anyone who has taken a chemistry class knows that it is a delicate science which can only be performed with the utmost accuracy and care. In fact, for most people, one high school or college chemistry class doesn’t even come close to maintaining the same degree of precision that the field actually necessitates. Unfortunately, the care of one individual chemist does not make up for flaws in the environment of a chemist. If a fume hood does not properly contain the dangerous fumes given off by some chemicals, then it does not matter how accurate and careful a scientist is – the environment is unsuitable for chemistry (and potentially unsafe). When designing a chemistry lab, then, it is important to consider a control system that ensures safety, quality, and reliability in the lab.