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Worksurface Description: Epoxy resin is manufactured from a mixture of materials like epichlorohydrin (ECH) and bisphenol-A (BPA) and fillers. To provide additional strength to the resin component, fillers like silica, metal, and glass may be added.

Casting epoxy resin is done in individual layers and the thermoset process is applied to cure them for enhanced heat resistance. This material is the go-to work surface for laboratory casework and industrial workbenches.

For use in laboratory countertop manufacturing, epoxy resin has been touted for its versatility and relative ease of use. Though epoxy resin countertops may not be the perfect solution for every lab, its high resistance to heat, chemicals, water, and stress makes epoxy resin an excellent choice for many laboratory applications.

Product Details

  • Color Name: Black Onyx
  • Worksurface Type: Epoxy Resin
  • Brand: Durcon®
  • Sheet Sizes: Custom Sizes up to 96″ x 72″
  • Thickness Availability: 0.75″, 1.0″ or 1.25″
  • Edge Finishes: 1/8″ Bevel Edge, 1/4″ Radius Edge, 1/4″ Marine Edge
  • Light Reflective Value: 6


  • Heat Resistant
  • Durable
  • High Chemical Resistance
  • Versatile
  • Long-Lasting



  • Lab Sinks
  • Pegboards/ Drying Racks
  • Draintops
  • Cupsinks
  • Troughs


  • Classrooms
  • Research Areas
  • K-12 labs
  • University labs
  • Biomedical Labs
  • Hospital Labs
  • Chemical Labs
  • Highly Corrosive Environments
  • High Moisture Environments
  • Clinic Pharmaceutical Labs
  • Molecular Pathology Labs
  • Industrial Testing Facilities
  • Applied Science Research Labs


Our Warranty | OnePointe Solutions

Durcon 10 Year Warranty

Installation Services

Installation Planning

Once you have ordered with our company, you are assigned a project manager to help with every detail of the install process, from the manufacturing of casework and workbenches and cabinetry to payment and fulfillment. For more information on our installation planning click “installation planning” above.

Installation Process

To understand how our installation process works when coming to your facility, click “installation process” above.

Installation Site Prep

When it comes to installing your lab furniture, we strive for fast and quality service from the time of arrival to
completion. We are the last in, but the quickest out. To ensure maximum quality of our installation services,
we a guide of what we highly request the following for facilities to adhere to so that casework can be installed
efficiently and properly. Click “installation site prep” to continue.

Fees, Disclaimers & General Contractors

For details about our fees, disclaimers, and important information for general contractors click “fees, disclaimers & general contractors” above.

Supporting Details

Care & Maintenance

Countertop Drafting Guidelines

Education Brochure

Epoxy Resin vs. Phenolic Resin vs. Solicor-CR

Installation Manual

LEED Sustainability Sheet

Product Catalog


Standards & Tolerances

Testing results


Questions? Concerns? Want to start today? Get in touch. 866.612.7312

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