Archive for Category: Lab Benches

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08.30.2023 | Sydney Cross

What is Modular Laboratory Furniture?

Laboratories are dynamic spaces where innovation and precision converge, and the right furniture is crucial in optimizing functionality and efficiency. Following the recent pandemic, our view and utilization of shared spaces was reshaped. The importance of adaptable and versatile laboratory furniture has become more evident. In this article, we will unravel the concept of modular laboratory furniture,

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anti-vibration tables
02.17.2022 | Sydney Cross

What is an Anti-Vibration Table?

An anti-vibration table is crucial to any laboratory environment, reducing disruptive vibrations that can cause inaccuracies and damage costly equipment. Ultimately, heavy vibrations in a lab setting may create dangerous interference for sensitive work. Anti-vibration tables are one of the best tools you can use in a lab setting for weighing out substances and balancing

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07.01.2020 | Sydney Cross

Benefits of Custom Lab Workstations

Novice lab designers often make the mistake of ordering ready-made workstations to furnish their facilities. Generic lab tables and workstations are typically advertised as the more cost-effective option, and as a suitable ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution for any and all laboratory configurations.  Predictably, like most other one-size-fits-all products, ready-made lab furniture like workstations and tables will almost

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03.25.2020 | Sydney Cross

Our 7 Most Popular Table Configurations

So you’re ready to purchase a table for your scientific or industrial facility. Maybe you need just one to add to a room, or you need dozens to fill out a lab space or production floor. Choosing the right lab bench configuration is the key to a productive and ergonomic work environment. More lab design

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03.16.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Choose a Lab Bench Work Surface Material

Different types of labs require different work surface materials for laboratory workbenches. The 7 most commonly used countertop materials for scientific or industrial use are epoxy resin, phenolic resin, stainless steel, maple block (aka butcher block or wood block), solid surface, HDPE, and ESD laminate. Due to the use of caustic reagents and complex instrumentation,

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07.28.2017 | Sydney Cross

How to Maximize Your Lab Bench Hygiene

Laboratory Bench Hygiene Hygiene is always essential in a lab environment, where work is conducted around sensitive materials, controlled experimentation, and testing. To ensure that your lab maintains its own standards, as well as the criteria of any clients, consider these suggestions on maximizing hygiene in your lab environment. View more lab bench resources: How

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