A GUIDE TO CHOOSING YOUR LABORATORY WORK TOPS/ WORK SURFACE
|EPOXY RESIN (KEMRESIN®)||Excellent resistance to practically all acids, alkalies and solvents. Highly resistant to heat and normal physical abuse.||Use wherever optimum physical and chemical resisting properties are required.|
|STAINLESS STEEL||Good chemical resistance to a wide range of reagents.||Recommended for sterile and radiological laboratories.|
|HARDWOOD, OAK OR MAPLE||Fair chemical resistance, but not recommended for
use in chemical laboratories.
|Excellent top material for Physics tables, Electronic benches, and other tables where mechanical or physical work levels are prevalent.|
|COMPOSITE RESIN||Good chemical resistance to wide range of acids,
alkalies and solvents.
|Use wherever a high degree of chemical resistance is required. Not recommended for fume hood worksurfaces.|
|HIGH-PRESSURE LAMINATES||Fair chemical resistance to wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents.||Recommended for light duty purposes.|
|SOLID PHENOLIC COMPOSITE||High chemical resistance & moderate to high corrosive resistance||Labs requiring work surfaces that are exceptionally chemical resistant, impervious and hygienic|
|NATURAL SAND STONE (GRANITE)||Moderate chemical & corrosive resistance, fair fungal resistance||General laboratory countertops & healthcare / hospital countertops|
Visit https://www.kewaunee.in/work-surfaces.php to know more
Comments are closed.