Modern labs require flexibility allowing for easy reconfiguration of the lab space.
Let’s understand the SEFA guidelines for adaptable furniture.
Floor mounted casework utilizes traditional base cabinet construction which is supported and attached to the floors and walls of the building.
Wall rail casework systems use a wall-mounted fixed horizontal and/or vertical support rail from which the cabinetry is hung.
Self Supporting Frame casework systems utilize a floor supported cantilevered support frame (C-Frame).
Core based casework systems utilize a floor mounted support module (core) from which table frames, upper cabinets, shelving, service utility distribution, and ancillary items are suspended.
Panel based systems are similar to Core based systems except they utilize a narrow support module, typically 6” or less.
Table based systems use independent floor mounted self-supporting tables as the key component.
Free Standing Workstations are table based systems utilizing floor mounted tables as the key component.
Mobile Workstations are similar to Free Standing Workstations, but are typically mounted on casters to accommodate simple relocation
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