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  • 1. Laboratory FurnitureCabinetsThe standards for the selection of laboratory cabinets must be based on your type of laboratorywork, budget, lastingness issues and long-run programs:Metal Cabinets - These have been the industry standard for many years. They are extremelylasting and moderately priced.Phenolic Resin Cabinets - These cabinets are very lasting, can be manufactured in customsizes and configurations. Theyre perfect for wet and corrosive environmentsPolypropylene 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 anissue.Mobile Benches - These are constructed from high quality steel and used when flexibility is anissue.Options: ( Not available in all lines )Flammable StorageAcid StorageVacuum Pump CabinetsUnits on CastersCustom sizes and configurationsFile Drawers
  • 2. Pull-Out ShelvesLocksSliding Knee Space PanelsFume HoodsThe 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 HoodSizes: 48 inches 60 inches 72 inches 96 inchesFume Hood Types: Bypass Constant Volume Walk-in Polypropylene ( Metal Free ) Custom Depths & Widths AvailableFume Hood Accessories: Up to 4 electrical outlets per hood Polypropylene liner Up to 8 fixtures per hood (water & gases) Epoxy coated fixtures Airflow monitor Sash Stops (safety & energy savings) Cup sinks or standard sink sizes Ceiling enclosure panels Explosion proof light Access ports Combination and horizontal sashes Distillation Racks Blowers & ductworkFume Hood Services: Fume Hood System Design Complete system installation Inspection of existing systems to ensure proper performance. Airflow monitor installation on existing hoods. SEFA-1 Testing
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