Corian®-Topped Laboratory Table
- Non-porous table top won’t promote growth of bacteria or mildew
- Smooth, easy to wipe-down surface that resists damage from many chemicals
- Solid Corian material; no edges to delaminate
- Frame is all-welded tubes made of powder-coated steel; strong and durable
- Nylon leveling feet are chemical resistant and cleanroom-compatible
Commonly installed in labs, non-toxic Corian is a hybrid composite of acrylic resin and natural minerals. Corners are rounded and polished for smooth edges.
The non-porous characteristic makes it ideal for work surfaces where liquids or powders are typically used. Nano-sized particulates don’t have hiding places and liquids won’t get trapped leading to mold, mildew or the growth of bacteria. Corian also resists damage from heat, and if the Corian does sustain surface damage or staining, it can be restored.
Corian is a durable material, and these laboratory tables feature a surface that is 0.5” thick. Combined with square-tube table frame, this means that tables can support loads such as lab instruments and equipment. The Corian material is solid, so no delamination of surface layers or release of contaminants.
Heavy-wall, powder-coated steel tubing is used for table legs, used in an adjustable-height “A” frame. The frame’s telescoping legs lock into place after being set at heights from 25” to 34”, an ergonomic solution to accommodate personnel or equipment needs.
Irregular flooring is not a problem for these tables that come with non-sloughing nylon leveling feet installed. Adjust each foot as needed to create a level work surface. Nylon feet resist damage and are cleanroom-compatible.