|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Certification:||ISO14001, ISO 9001,CE,SGS|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set or 1 unit|
|Packaging Details:||safety package for transporation|
|Delivery Time:||within 7 - 20 workdays after recevided the deposit|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||50000 set per month|
|Color (Top):||Black Or Other Color||Shelves:||Yes Or Without|
|Top:||13 / 16 / 19 Thick Or Other||Accessories:||Socket, Faucet, Gas Fitting, Eyewash Etc|
|Lab Chair:||Yes Or Without||Color:||Blue + Grey|
|Worktop:||Phenolic Resin Or Epoxy Resin Or Other||Structure:||C-type Frame (40*60*1.5mm)|
|Cabinet:||18mm Thickness Of MDF||Sink:||High Grade PP Or Epoxy Resin|
|Socket:||10A/220V (with Aluminum Alloy Groove)|
Steel And Wood Lab Bench Shelves Modular Laboratory Furniture Lab Beaker
Cabinet: 18mm thick high pressure semi-solid wood (MDF) covered with 0.4mm high pressure laminate(HPL) on both sides with 3mm PVC edging strips.
Over time, the term MDF has become a generic name for any dry process fibre board. MDF is typically made up of 82% wood fibre, 9% urea-formaldehyde resin glue, 8% water and 1% paraffin wax. and the density is typically between 500 kg/m3 (31 lb/ft3) and 1,000 kg/m3 (62 lb/ft3). The range of density and classification as light, standard, or high density board is a misnomer and confusing. The density of the board, when evaluated in relation to the density of the fibre that goes into making the panel, is important. A thick MDF panel at a density of 700–720 kg/m3 may be considered as high density in the case of softwood fibre panels, whereas a panel of the same density made of hard wood fibres is not regarded as so. The evolution of the various types of MDF has been driven by differing need for specific applications.
C-type frame: 60*40*1.5mm square steel tube spraying 75μm epoxy resin powder coating,chemicals resistant.
Cold-formed steel (CFS) is the common term for products made by rolling or pressing steel into semi-finished or finished goods at relatively low temperatures (cold working). Cold-formed steel goods are created by the working of steel billet, bar, or sheet using stamping, rolling (including roll forming), or presses to deform it into a usable product. Cold-worked steel products, such as cold-rolled steel (CRS) bar stock and sheet, are commonly used in all areas of manufacturing of durable goods, such as appliances or automobiles, but the phrase cold-formed steel is most prevalently used to describe construction materials. The use of cold-formed steel construction materials has become more and more popular since its initial introduction of codified standards in 1946. In the construction industry both structural and non-structural elements are created from thin gauges of sheet steel. These building materials encompass columns, beams, joists, studs, floor decking, built-up sections and other components. Cold-formed steel construction materials differ from other steel construction materials known as hot-rolled steel (see structural steel). The manufacturing of cold-formed steel products occurs at room temperature using rolling or pressing. The strength of elements used for design is usually governed by buckling. The construction practices are more similar to timber framing using screws to assemble stud frames.
Suspended System: steel and wood
|1. Clear access for floor cleaning|
|2. Worktop supported by steel frame|
|3. Under-bench units can be repositioned|
|4. The worktop is supported by cantilever steel frame system. Cupboard and drawer units are suspended from horizontal rails beneath the worktop. The under-bench units have been designed to provide clear access to the floor for cleaning|
|All steel structure L shape wall bench|
|Worktops||16mm thickness of black Phenolic resin worktops or other|
|Cabinet||15mm and 18mm thick high pressure semi-solid wood (MDF) covered with 0.4mm high pressure laminate(HPL) on both sides with 3mm PVC edging strips.|
|Hinge||304 SUS high quality hinge|
|Slideway||Self-closing three section slide rail, no noise.|
|Handle||Steel embedded handle|
Worktop widths are from 600mm to 900mm for wall benches and from 700mm to 1800mm for peninsula and island benches, however any widths required can be catered for. Worktops are standard 850mm high in laboratories, and 720/750mm high for write up benches, however other heights are also available.
All the above can be mixed to suit the needs of each individual laboratory.
How about payment term?
T/T & L/C & Western Union (40% deposit, the balance before shipment)
How about delivery time?
Within 15 workdays after receiving deposit.
What is the shipping port?
EXW or FOB, CIF from Guangzhou or Shenzhen Port,China(also can ship according to customers’ request)
How about the package?
Bubble film + Cottom + Standard export wooden case or as your request.