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STAINLESS STEEL IS THE GO-TO MATERIAL WHERE CLEANLINESS AND BIOSAFETY ARE TOP CONCERNS.

Our stainless steel laboratory cabinets are made in the USA, protected by our warranty, and available in standard or custom dimensions.

TYPES OF STAINLESS STEEL

When looking at 304 stainless steel verse 316, they are quite similar in appearance. However, 304 and 316 stainless steel do have considerable differences about them. Read below to see which type of stainless steel is best for your facility needs.

304 Stainless Steel

304 grade stainless steel is the most widely used grades for laboratory use. This versatile grade is great for many different applications due to it’s resistance to oxidation, corrosion, and general wear and tear. Type 304 is easy to fabricate and clean, enabling users to rest assured that their working environments stay contaminant-free.

316 Stainless Steel

316 can be used as a more heavy-duty alternative to 304. Type 316 is superior in it’s ability to resist corrosion and chemical damage, making it a go-to for demanding laboratory applications. While 316 tends to cost more up-front, it will serve as a long term investment and will need to be repaired and replaced far less than it’s alternatives.

BENEFITS OF STAINLESS STEEL

Stainless steel offers high yield strength even at elevated temperatures. It is a preferred choice if durability and longevity are primary concerns. In the long run, stainless steel is the most cost effective investment in lab and industrial settings.

When handled properly, stainless steel offers top-of-the-line protection against damage caused by moisture or corrosive substances.

Smooth radius corners and non-porous surfaces make sanitation easy.

Stainless is both made from recyclable materials and is a recyclable material itself.

INDUSTRY applications

Food Processing

Food processing areas greatly benefit from stainless steel cabinets, because it is easy to clean and maintain.

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Cannabis Testing

Stainless steel cabinets are great for cannabis labs due to its moisture resistance and sterile properties.

Medical Labs

Stainless steel casework has smooth radius corners and non-porous surfaces make sanitation easy for medical labs.

Animal Facilities

Regular facility cleaning is key when animals are present, and stainless steel is the most durable material for that purpose.

Autopsy Area

Just like pathology labs, stainless steel cabinets are common in autopsy spaces due to their high chemical resistance from constant exposure to strong chemcials and substances.

Agriculture

When handled properly, stainless steel cabinets offer top-of-the-line protection against damage caused by moisture or corrosive substances in agriculture usage.

Pathology Labs

Stainless steel cabinets are common in pathology labs because they can handle constant exposure to harsh chemicals such as formaldehyde.

Cleanroom

Routine disinfection procedures in clean rooms require durable materials such as stainless steel that can withstand constant chemical stress.

stainless steel LABORATORY CABINET GAUGES

16 Gauge

Cabinet Tops
Top & Intermediate Channels

18 Gauge

Cabinet Gables, Bottoms Toe Kicks, Outer Door & Drawer Front Panels, Table Frames Filler Panels, Sloping Tops, Cabinet Leveler Support

20 Gauge

Drawer Bodies, Shelves, Door & Drawer Liners, Removable Backs ,Drawer Suspension, Hinge Plates, Shelf Clips

TYPES OF stainless steel LABORATORY CABINETS & CONFIGURATIONS

To select a casework option for a quote, click on the desired configuration image below the titles.

Note: For visual aspects the following renders are metal powder-coated, this is not how your actual stainless steel casework will look like when you order from us. 

BASE LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 29″, 32″, 35″, 41″

  • Widths: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

  • Depths: 18″, 22″

  • Drawers: 0 to 6

  • Doors: 0 to 2

    • Base cabinets with widths less than 30″ will have 1 door.

    • Base cabinets with widths of 30″ or more will have 2 doors.

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Door

  • Locks: Yes/No 

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

Base laboratory cabinets are standard floor-mounted casework. Base cabinets are the true soul of the lab. They set the tone for the space and provide easy access to materials,
tools, or whatever you use in your facility that you need at your disposal.

SINK LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 29″, 32″, 35″, 41″

  • Widths: 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″, 52″, 58″

  • Depths: 18″, 22″

  • Doors: 1 to 2

    • Sink cabinets with widths less than 30″ will have 1 door.

    • Sink cabinets with widths of 30″ or more will have 2 doors.

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Doors

    • Widths > 24″ will have double doors.

  • Locks: Yes/No 

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

Sink laboratory cabinets can have undermount, drop-in, or integral sinks in the tops. While usually present in a run of base cabinetry, a sink cabinet can be placed a the end cap of a lab island to create an easily-accessible workstation.

WALL LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 18″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

  • Widths: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

  • Depths: 13″, 16″

  • Door Type: Solid, Acrylic, Glass, Open (no doors)

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Doors

    • Widths > 24″ will have double doors.

  • Locks: Yes/No

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

As the name implies, these are your standard wall mounted laboratory casework. Alternatively, these can be placed mounted to uprights as upper cabinetry for workbenches and islands.

TALL LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 84″

  • Widths: 12″, 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

  • Depths: 13″, 16″, 18″, 22″

  • Door Type: Solid, Acrylic, Glass, Open (no doors)

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Doors

    • Widths > 24″ will have double doors.

  • Locks: Yes/No

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

Tall laboratory cabinets are the perfect storage solution for storing more in a smaller footprint.

WASTE LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 29″, 32″, 35″, 41″

  • Widths: 15″, 18″, 21″, 24″, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″, 52″, 58″

  • Depths: 18″, 22″

  • Drawers: 1 to 2

    • 1 drawer for widths ≤ 24”

    • 2 drawers for width ≥ 30”

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

Waste bin laboratory cabinets provide a discreet way to throw away trash and debris to ensure your environment is always clean and clear.

FLAMMABLE LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 29″, 32″, 35″

  • Widths: 24″*, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

    • Single Door & Hinge Direction only for 24″

  • Depths: 18″, 22″

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Doors

    • 2 doors for widths ≥ 30”

Flammable laboratory cabinets are a great option if you need to store hazardous materials in a safe space. Each is powder-coated with an interior plasti-coat for chemical resistance against hazardous materials present in the substances.

ACID LAB CABINETS

  • Heights: 29″, 32″, 35″

  • Widths: 24″*, 30″, 36″, 42″, 48″

    • Single Door & Hinge Direction only for 24″

  • Depths: 18″, 22″

  • Door Hinge: Left Hinge, Right Hinge, or Double Doors

    • 2 doors for widths ≥ 30”

Just like, flammable cabinets, acid laboratory cabinets are a great option if you need to store hazardous materials in a safe space. Each is powder-coated with an interior plasti-coat for chemical resistance against hazardous materials present in the substances.

APRONS

  • Heights: 02″, 04″

  • Widths:

    • 02″ (without drawers): 24″-84″

    • 04″ (without drawers): 19″-90″

    • 04″ (with drawers): 24″-84″

  • Depths: 

    • 02″ (without drawers): 18″, 22″”

    • 04″ (without drawers): 18″, 22″, 29″

    • 04″ (with drawers): 22″, 29″

  • Locks: Yes/No

    • Only for 04″ aprons with drawers

  • Pulls: Aluminum or Wire Stainless Pull

    • Only 04″ aprons with drawers

Aprons are a great addition to your casework to create knee space for working or a storage area for
mobile cabinets.

lab casework catalog

To view more of our metal laboratory casework offerings, click to view our catalog below.

SEFA-8 TESTING

The metal we use in our laboratory casework is SEFA-8 tested to meet the standards for laboratory casework use.

Notes:

  • All dimensions listed in inches.
  • Cabinet configurations with 2 or more doors should not be less than 30″ wide
  • Cabinets with only 1 door cannot be more than 24″ wide
  • All heights DO NOT include countertop thickness. Please add that to the cabinet height to determine your final bench height.

OUR WORK

Browse through to see some of our past projects. No project is too big or small for us to handle. From wall cabinets and tall storage to base cabinets and mobile our stainles steel range is limitless. For more pictures of our stainless steel capabilitites, head over to our client gallery.

CERTIFICATIONS

We take pride in following industry standards of quality and sustainability. All of our products are tested, certified and sourced in a manner consistent with latest guidelines.

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