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Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment

Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment

    • Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment
    • Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment
    • Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment
    • Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment
  • Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment

    Product Details:

    Place of Origin: CHINA
    Brand Name: MODULAR
    Certification: ISO, CE
    Model Number: M-11801017

    Payment & Shipping Terms:

    Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set or 1 unit
    Price: negotiable ($150 - 300 per meter)
    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
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    Detailed Product Description
    Structure: 40*60*1.5mm C Frame Suspended Cabinet: 18mm Thick MDF Covered With 0.4mm High Pressure Laminate On Both Sides
    Worktop: 13mm Thick Phenolic Resin Tops Edge Thickende Into 26mm Height: 850 Or 900mm, (height Adjustable 0-30mm)
    Hinge: DTC 105 Degree Hinge Slideway: Self-closing Three Section Slide Rail, No Noise
    Handle: C-type Stainless Steel Handle Lab Stools: Steel Leg With Polyurethane Seat, Moving Wheels
    Accessories: Lab Stool, Socket, Faucet, Gas Fitting, Eyewash, Light Etc Drying Rack: PP Material Or Phenolic Resin Board With PP Peg
    Eyewash: Single Way Desk Top Type Faucet: Cold Water Single Way
    Sink: PP Material (500*400*300mm) Exhaust Hoods: PP Material Or Aluminum Alloy Structure

    Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture List Of Lab Equipment

     

    MODULAR LAB manufactures and provides an array of quality industrial and laboratory furniture, including support products, to the Advanced Technology, Biotechnology, Electronics, Healthcare, and many other private and commercial industries. Our facility is ready to provide your company with the quality furniture products and service you demand. We specialize in shipping top quality products to locations nationwide on time.

     

    A laboratory is a space devoted to education, analysis, research, experimentation, and production. Laboratories handle a variety of different materials, from gases and chemicals, from drugs to living materials.
    Laboratories vary significantly depending upon several factors, including their intended function, the types of materials that will be handled in them, and how many people they will accommodate. To that end, the design of a laboratory is extremely important.

     

    When designing a laboratory, it always makes sense to call on the services of architects and engineers who specialize in this type of building. There are many issues that are specific to the design and construction of laboratories, and many complex problems to solve. Using qualified professionals will help to ensure the safety and efficiency of the laboratory, regardless of its intended use.

     

    The first consideration when designing a laboratory is selecting a site. When siting a lab, it's important to review important criteria such as the health and safety of the population in the surrounding area of the laboratory, public perception, and environmental concerns, as well as engineering and operations plans. The impact of both building and operating the laboratory should be examined carefully. Sites should be chosen so that accidental contamination will have the smallest effect possible and will be able to be dealt with expediently.

    Lot size and topography are also important to choosing a laboratory site, as are zoning and covenant requirements and restrictions. The laboratory should be accessible, properly sized, and conveniently located near — or have easy access to — all suppliers.

     

     

    Steel and Wood (MDF) Science school lab furniture 

    Worktops 13mm thickness of black Phenolic resin tops edge thickende into 26mm (or other)
    Phenolic resin Surfaces made of cost effective High Pressure Phenolic Resin composite are resistant to chemical stain and corrosion. Non-porous and non-conductive, it’s strong durable qualities enable it to withstand high impact and shock. It is easily cleaned with soap and warm water.
    Frame  C or H type 60*40*1.5mm thick steel tube with 75μm epoxy resin powder coating
    Suspended System 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.
    Cabinet 18mm thick MDF covered with 0.4mm high pressure laminate on both sides
    Handle C-type stainless steel handle
    Hinge DTC 105 degree high quality hinge
    Slideway Self-closing three section slide rail, no noise
    Accessories Pegboard, sink, faucet, gas fitting, sockets, eyewash, exhaust hood lab stools etc
    Shelves Cold-rolled steel column with glass shelves (with sockets)
    PP sink + Faucet High grade PP sink with single way cold water facucet 
    Drying rack  PP material or 13mm thick Phenolic resin board with PP peg
    Eyewash Solid brass body, single way, desk top type
    Sockets Aluminum alloy box with electric sokcet
    Lab stools
    Surface Polyurethane (or other: Stainless steel, PU leather, FRP)
    Body Chrome plated, R=260mm
    Size Diameter:325mm,Thickness:35-40mm
    Control Screw Jack or Penumatic jack
    Foot Fixed foot or moving wheels
    Height Adjustable: 440-590mm or higher
    Chair castor ESD Nylon castor

     
    All the above can be mixed to suit the needs of each individual laboratory. Contace us anyway you like.

     

    The first consideration when designing a laboratory is selecting a site. When siting a lab, it's important to review important criteria such as the health and safety of the population in the surrounding area of the laboratory, public perception, and environmental concerns, as well as engineering and operations plans. The impact of both building and operating the laboratory should be examined carefully. Sites should be chosen so that accidental contamination will have the smallest effect possible and will be able to be dealt with expediently.

     

    Lot size and topography are also important to choosing a laboratory site, as are zoning and covenant requirements and restrictions. The laboratory should be accessible, properly sized, and conveniently located near — or have easy access to — all suppliers.


    Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment

     

    Steel And Wood Structure Modular Laboratory Furniture , Modular Lab Equipment

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    Contact Person: Albert.luo

    Tel: +8615914927806

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