The standards for the selection of laboratory cabinets must be based on your type of laboratory work, budget, lastingness issues and long-run programs:
Metal Cabinets - These have been the industry standard for many years. They are extremely lasting and moderately priced.
Phenolic Resin Cabinets - These cabinets are very lasting, can be manufactured in custom sizes and configurations. They're perfect for wet and corrosive environments
Polypropylene Cabinets - Ideal for metal free and corrosive environments. High Cost.
Stainless Steel Cabinets - applied in labs that need decontamination.
Plastic Laminate Cabinets- These are lower lastingness and used when cost savings is an issue.
Mobile Benches - These are constructed from high quality steel and used when flexibility is an issue.
Options: ( Not available in all lines )
Vacuum Pump Cabinets
Units on Casters
Custom sizes and configurations
Sliding Knee Space Panels
The laboratory fume hood is most importantly a safety device. Fume hood selection, arrangement and system design is a critical part of the laboratory planning process. Fume Hood Sizes:
Fume Hood Types:
Polypropylene ( Metal Free )
Custom Depths & Widths Available
Fume Hood Accessories:
Up to 4 electrical outlets per hood
Up to 8 fixtures per hood (water & gases)
Epoxy coated fixtures
Sash Stops (safety & energy savings)
Cup sinks or standard sink sizes
Ceiling enclosure panels
Explosion proof light
Combination and horizontal sashes
Blowers & ductwork
Fume Hood Services:
Fume Hood System Design
Complete system installation
Inspection of existing systems to ensure proper performance.
Airflow monitor installation on existing hoods.