All laboratory furniture materials are of the highest quality and standard.

All steelwork (frames, cabinets, shelving, wall units) is first treated with a phosphating process and then finished with a baked epoxy powder coating of client approved colour. 

The result is a durable product with extremely good corrosion resistance.



  • Epoxy coated steel or stainless steel
  • Bolted framework with adjustable feet for easy levelling
  • 1200 (or 600) and 1000 (or 500) modules are normally used for spacing of frames and cabinets.
  • Sitting height (750mm) and standing height (900mm) are the two most often used worktop heights.
  • Width of framework is dependant on the chosen worktop widths.


A Wide selection of worktops are available and will depend on applications and requirements such as chemical resistance, aesthetics, stain, heat and scratch resistance etc.


Worktops can be supplied in any width dependant on available sheet sizes of material specified.


Examples of imported and local materials:

  • Corian by du Pont
  • Granite
  • Various grades stainless steel
  • Formica on particle board
  • Solid Formica
  • Labgrade high pressure laminate
  • Trespatopgrade
  • Laminated saligna and other hardwoods
  • Surrino
  • PVC, Polypropylene, or Polyethylene covered worktops
  • Epoxy resin
  • Tiled worktops


Various sizes


Materials include:

  • Corian by du Pont
  • Stainless steel in various grades
  • Ceramic
  • Epoxy
  • PVC and Polypropylene


Full range of Epoxy coated steel cabinets


Full range of Melamine cabinets


Mobile and free standing cabinets are also supplied.


Cabinets are suspended in the steel framework off the floor and with space for services behind the cabinets.

Other furniture and services

  • Reagent shelves/service units in any configuration of size
  • Balance tables
  • Trolleys
  • Light tables
  • Steel and stainless steel shelving
  • Fume cupboards and hoods
  • Plumbing and taps
  • Electrical