Laboratories are available at the Chemical Engineering Department of Baku Engineering University(BEU) in accordance with the courses taught in the Department. The lab sponsored by BP is divided into 4 audiences: General and Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering.

    After gaining theoretical knowledge from chemistry courses, the students  are engaged in practical activities, and this trend continues in the classes, including analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and fluid mechanics.

    Experiments are conducted in the General Chemistry Lab in accordance with the General Chemistry subjects. It should be noted that in accordance with safety regulations, the access to the lab is possible in white coats, protective glasses. The laboratory is designed to teach the basic principles and concepts of general chemistry. Moreover, the laboratory empowers students to collect and analyze data, prepare a practice report, and use books. During the course, the students are taught safety rules and precise research techniques in the lab. All the experiments in this field are carried out in practice as students learn the properties of inorganic substances and their transformations as part of the general chemistry course, and then the students conduct their reactions in the laboratory. The laboratory has the necessary equipment and labware for training.

    The focus of analytical chemistry and instrumental analysis course is to conduct chemical analyzes and calculations. In analytical chemistry laboratories, students conduct titrimetric methods, gravimetric analysis, and familiarize with the principles of operation of devices such as spectrophotometer, flame photometer, viscosimeter for self-determination. Carl-Fisher machine carried out the analysis of oil and similar organic substances containing small amounts of water and used for accurate measurement of water is also taught in analytical chemistry course.  The centrifuges used to dissolve heterogeneous compounds are available in the analytical chemistry laboratory as in other laboratories and are actively used in teaching. The analytical chemistry laboratory is also equipped with a distillation apparatus, taking into account the need for a large amount of distilled water to teach chemistry. Moreover, the laboratory has a pH meter for determining the pH of the substance, electrical conductivity, high-precision scales, while suction cups, dryers, high-temperature stoves, water baths, heater and magnetic mixers for experiments with gas. Students use these devices under the supervision of lecturers and laboratory assistants. Synthesis reactions,asid-base titration, enthalpy and thermal output, cation determination, as well as determination of density of vitamin C with by titration iodometric determination of copper and other experiments are carried out in this laboratory.

    In the Organic Chemistry Lab, students learn both synthesis techniques and transformations, as well as work on the research work conducted.  There are also facilities used for separating substances in the labs, which are equipped with the equipment required for the most advanced synthesis. The purity, melting and boiling temperatures of the synthesized substances can be studied in the laboratory.

    The Physical Chemistry Lab has enough advanced devices in order carry out physical chemistry research. Tələbələrin sərbəst işləyə biləcəyi cihazların əksəriyyəti kompüter dəstəklidir. Most devices are free computer assisted. These devices include ion exchange systems, adsorption columns, corrosion monitoring devices in the carbon dioxide environment, and  others. During the lesson, experiments such as the accuracy and sensitivity in the measurement of temperature, chemical equilibrium, and the role of emulsion agents for the emulsion of various oils are conducted.

    The Laboratory of Technological Processes is envisaged to design, direct, manage and optimize chemical, physical, and biological processes using computer technology. Along with the pressure, temperature, flow rate, and fluid level control devices used to study control and automation systems commonly used in chemical engineering, there are also a membrane cleaning plant, that operates on the principle of reverse osmosis, used to treat dirty waterm and a chemical reactor. Students will be able to observe the processes occurring in the industry at the laboratory scale by performing experimental calculations on these devices.

    Fundamentals laboratory allows students to learn and apply the basic principles of chemical engineering.  The laboratory contains industrial equipment. These equipments include distillation columns (fractional and direct), reverse and parallel flow heat exchange systems, mass transfer and diffusion devices, ion exchange devices, gas absorption and liquid and liquid extraction columns, adsorption devices, and convective dryers. These mechanisms are designed to introduce large-scale production processes to students. In this lab, students work in groups and reinforce their learnings in the classroom with their lab activities.

    In the mechanical laboratories, students familiarize with the basics of engineering and equipments widely used in industry. Devices for the learning of Bernulli process include devices, refrigeration units, steam generators, turbines, thermal conductors of building materials, internal combustion engine, and solar panels. As each of the devices is connected to the computer, it is also possible to run various experiments with the computer and obtain various simulations, calculations and graphs.

   BEU offers oppotunities for enriching students' ICT skills. Chemical engineering students also take advantage of these opportunities to enhance their computer skills in their courses and familiarize with computer-assisted design programs commonly used in engineering. As part of a computer science course, students thoroughly learn Microsoft Office programs, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint at the university's computer labs.Moreover, as part of the CAD / CAM and Process Design class, they familiarize with design programs such as PRO2, ASPEN. This program simulates large-scale processes in the oil or chemical industry.