While designing laboratory furniture we take into consideration ergonomics and work safety, as well as aesthetic qualities of your workplace. Our products are made of top-quality materials which meet strict European standards. These materials perform exceptionally well in laboratory conditions.

Our standard offer of worktop surfaces includes:

1. Post-formed laminated particle boards – are a result of a modern technology for refining the surface of 38 mm thick HPL particle boards, of various shapes and edge radii. Such surfaces are easy to clean and their maintaining is uncomplicated. The worktop complies with EN 13150:2001 and
EN 1730:2000 standards. Three surface types are available: high gloss, semi-gloss and matt.

2. Trespa TOP LAB or MAX RESISTANCE – a mixture of phenolic resins, hardened in high pressure and temperature conditions (approx. 160 °C). Worktops have a total thickness of 20 mm. Their basic exploitation qualities include: relatively high mechanical and chemical resistance, long life, aesthetic design. Thanks to the above, phenolic resin worktops are used in all kinds of laboratories. Available with or without elevated edges.

3. Solid ceramics – highest grade of laboratory worktops, made of high density homogeneous ceramics, which makes them the most durable and therefore the most suitable for laboratory use. Made of natural ingredients only, in a complicated and time-consuming technological process, which includes temperatures of over 1200°C, they meet the strictest requirements for chemical, thermal and mechanical durability. The surface is glazed, with glazing of the same chemical composition as the base material, which prevents it from peeling or chipping off. Available with flat edges, with ABS snap-on marine edges or with integrated, ceramic marine edges.

4. Large-size technical ceramics – glazed ceramic tiles on timber derivative (water-resistant HPL board) or concrete base. The thickness of ceramic tiles is 8 mm. Worktops of this kind are available with flat edges (finished with 2 mm PCV bounding) or with marine edges made of ceramic bounding tiles. Worktop joints are filled with chemically resistant epoxy joint putty.

5. Durcon epoxy resin – highly resistant to most aggressive chemical compounds used in laboratory works. Epoxy worktops are resistant to both high and low temperatures that accompany typical laboratory activities. Durcon worktops are made of monolith material with a homogenous structure, which allows them to keep a perfectly cohesive structure throughout whole section. Available with or without marine edges.

6. Aglodrom – quartz-granite conglomerate, bonded with polyester resins. Worktops of tis material are available with or without marine edges. The surface is very smooth and glossy, making it exceptionally easy to clean and maintain. Aglodrom also presents a relatively high mechanical resistance.

7. Polypropylene – worktops made on 20 mm support of homogenous structure, without marine edges; or PLASTIFER injection-moulded tabletops with integrated marine edges. These worktops provide very good chemical resistance (especially recommended for work with HF), though at the cost of being prone to scratches and mechanical damage.

8.  Stainless steel – OH18N9 grade, available with or without marine edges.
Chemical resistance test chart

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