PHENOLIC RESIN COUNTERTOPS

Phenolic Resin or Solid Phenolic Compact (SPC) is a great countertop option if you’re looking for durability, cost-effectiveness, and aesthetics for  laboratory workbenches and heavy-duty casework countertops.

WHAT IS PHENOLIC RESIN?

Phenolic resin countertops are manufactured by layering natural kraft papers that have been saturated with phenolic resin (a synthetic polymer obtained by the reaction of phenol or substituted phenol with formaldehyde) and cured under high heat to form a  composite panel.

PHENOLIC RESIN PROPERTIES

Durability

Heat Resistance

Long Lasting

Chemical Resistance

Scratch Resistance

COLOR OPTIONS

Glacier White

Steel Grey

Fashion Grey

Carbon Black

Designer White

Durcon Gray

Durcon Graphite

Black

SHEET SIZES

4’x8′

4’x10′

5’x8′

5’x10′

5’x12′

THICKNESS

0.25″

0.375″

0.50″

0.75″

1.0″*

*Samples Only Available in 1.0″

TESTIMONIALS

Custom Lab Table with Casework
Best price, easy to work with, and outstanding customer service. Ordered six tables with castors and they are custom fitted, and absolutely stunning! My sales rep was very helpful in guiding me through the process, and I recommend these guys to everyone I can. Thank you OnePointe!
Jacob M.
Custom Lab Table with Casework
We knew our needs for the build, but didn't really have an idea how to go about the process. This team is actually a full start-to-finish solutions from consulting me on what we need, designing the custom pieces, and installing. Streamlined it for me to only go to one place.
Matt U.

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CERTIFICATIONS

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