Lab Furniture

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Taking some time to investigate the lab’s operations to uncover inefficiencies is a key part of successful lab design. It’s important to note any complaints regarding lab ergonomics: benches that are too high or crowded, not enough space for computer-related work, workflows scattered around the lab instead of being concentrated. Taking some time to investigate the lab’s operations to uncover inefficiencies is a key part of successful lab design. It’s important to note any complaints regarding lab ergonomics: benches that are too high or crowded, not enough space for computer-related work, workflows scattered around the lab instead of being concentrated.

Top 5 Signs That You Should Repair or Replace Your Lab Furniture

No longer meets the requirements of your processes.
The furniture is damaged, no longer highly functioning, or unsafe.
It was in style when disco ruled.
It’s not ergonomic.
It’s not efficient with your equipment and/or your IT system.

Top 7 Questions That You Should Ask When Buying Lab Furniture

How often will your lab be reconfigured?
Do your work surfaces need to be height-adjustable?
What weight capacity does your system need to support?
What are your storage requirements?
What processes are you doing in the lab?
How will the mechanical services be connected to the system?
Will form or function be the priority in design?

Recently Released Lab Furniture


Altus Table System

  • Tables can be conveniently integrated into existing work spaces or located as freestanding self-supporting moveable workstations
  • Customizable features provide easy adaptation to changing laboratory environments
  • Adaptability provides savings throughout table system’s long service life as the needs of the lab change
  • Can be configured with many accessories

Mott
www.mott.ca


Premium Series Laboratory Cabinets

  • Offer a modular design that allows users to configure their laboratories to meet their requirements
  • Traditional casework, islands or hanging cabinets also available
  • Featuring sound-deadening doors and drawers, stainless steel pulls and hinges; drawers offer 90 percent extension slides with 150 pounds capacity
  • Adjustable uprights allow shelving, cabinets and other accessories to adjust on ¾” centers

Hatfield Laboratory Furniture
www.hatfieldlaboratoryfurniture.com


Cornerstone-WS™ Lab Bench

  • Replaces the previous “Basic” lab bench product line
  • Features an increased maximum load capacity of 1500 lbs. (previously 660 lbs. with the Basic bench), and an improved leg design that allows for greater strength and stability
  • Height adjustment range has also been increased in one inch increments from 24.75”to 37.75”

Sovella USA
www.sovella.us


Storage Wall® Storage System

  • Now includes a new tambour door with a double wall foam-filled aluminum slat design that increases door strength
  • New aluminum slat design decreases door weight and makes it easy for operators to open and close the door
  • Modular drawer, shelf, and roll-out tray storage system provides optimum security, productivity and flexibility

Lista International
www.listaintl.com


Lab Furniture Manufacturers

BEVCO www.bevco.com

BioFit www.biofit.com

Clean Air Products www.cleanairproducts.com

Hamilton Scientific www.hamiltonscientific.com

Hatfield Laboratory Furniture www.hatfieldlaboratoryfurniture.com

HEMCO www.hemcocorp.com

IAC Industries www.furnitureforlabs.com

Kewaunee Scientific www.kewaunee.com

Lista International www.listaintl.com

Mott www.mott.ca

Pro-Line www.1proline.com

RDM Industrial www.rdm-ind.com

Salesmaker Carts www.salesmakercarts.com

Sovella USA www.sovella.us

Terra Universal www.terrauniversal.com

Unilab www.unilabfurniture.com

 

Categories: Lab Products

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2013/2014 Product Resource Guide Magazine Issue Cover
2013/2014 Product Resource Guide

Published: August 9, 2013

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