Laboratory furniture and workstations

Laboratory Furniture - Products

The Lab Workbench or the Lab table is the most fundamental unit of the Laboratory Workspace. The experience of buying and the design of lab workbenches can be intense and research heavy. There are many questions asked and answers required. How many shelves or drawers to include in the lab tables? Where to include the sinks in the lab workbenches? What should be the height of the worktables? What counter tops to opt for? Is Granite the best table top for my lab? How to get a lab workbench with ESD features? The questions are many, and could prove to be inexhaustible. Read more to get clarifications on the most common ones.

There are two major types of Lab tables:

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Wall Table Module

Fume hoods are pivotal for maintaining lab safety while handling dangerous chemicals and reactions. Laboratory fume hoods limit the exposure of toxic fumes and vapours to the lab environment, and uses scrubbing systems to neutralize the toxins.

Our precision engineered fume hoods provide the safety and security for lab technicians and scientists to work confidently in their lab, assured of the reliability of our fume hoods.

There are two different kinds of laminar flow hoods: vertical and horizontal. In a vertical laminar flow hood, the filter is above the workspace and the unit directs air downward. And, in the horizontal laminar flow hood, the filter is behind the workspace and the air moves forward.

Biological safety cabinet or biosafety cabinet having three categories and are describing how the cabinet works and what it protects. These categories are Class I, Class II and Class III.

There are two different kinds of laminar flow hoods: vertical and horizontal. In a vertical laminar flow hood, the filter is above the workspace and the unit directs air downward. And, in the horizontal laminar flow hood, the filter is behind the workspace and the air moves forward.

Biological safety cabinet or biosafety cabinet having three categories and are describing how the cabinet works and what it protects. These categories are Class I, Class II and Class III.

There are two different kinds of laminar flow hoods: vertical and horizontal. In a vertical laminar flow hood, the filter is above the workspace and the unit directs air downward. And, in the horizontal laminar flow hood, the filter is behind the workspace and the air moves forward.

Biological safety cabinet or biosafety cabinet having three categories and are describing how the cabinet works and what it protects. These categories are Class I, Class II and Class III.

Stool top is made up of 1 mm thick pre-coated Galvanized iron Sheet top (TATA Steel brand) with lipping of 15 mm all four sides and completely finished with epoxy powder coating.

All vertical and horizontal supports are made up of 30 x 30 x 1 mm thick CRCA squire tubes and completely finished with epoxy powder coating.

Size: Top: 12” Squire including Lipping – 15 mm;  Bottom: 14.5” Squire, Height: 21”

Colour : Your Choice of Ivory/ Half white with top Blue / Green / Red / Orange / Grey / Black

Stool top is made up of fine finished  Wooded, Round Shape

All vertical and horizontal supports are made up of 30 x 30 x 1 mm thick CRCA square tubes and completely finished with epoxy powder coating.

Size: Top: 12” Squire including Lipping – 15 mm;  Bottom: 14.5” Squire, Height: 21 /24

Colour : Your Choice of Ivory/ / Red / Blue / Orange