Casework

Today’s laboratories demand flexibility and versatility. Whether you are designing a new laboratory with multiple uses, or want to ensure that your laboratory meets both current and future needs efficiently and cost-effectively, modular casework is a good choice. Unlike fixed casework, modular casework can be reconfigured and relocated as needed. For example, classroom laboratories often benefit from modular casework, as it can be quickly and easily moved depending upon whether the class is focused on individual work, or teamwork. It is also ideal for laboratories that expect to change or grow in the future. Like standard casework, modular casework comes in a variety of materials, colors, and styles to complement your laboratory’s needs.

Wood Casework

Wood modular casework is designed to look like fixed casework, but it can be easily and efficiently disassembled, moved, and reconfigured when necessary. It is an attractive option for those who desire quick flexibility in their laboratory spaces, as well as for those who want to reduce costs by avoiding demolition and large-scale construction every time their laboratory needs change.

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Metal Casework

Whether you are seeking furniture options for a research center or a school lab, a medical facility or a science center, metal modular casework is a cost-effective, flexible option that works in many different settings. Like fixed metal casework, modular casework stands up to a broad range of applications. However, due to its movable nature, it allows laboratories to quickly react to changing needs.

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Plastic Laminate Casework

Plastic laminate modular casework is suited to many different applications; it is a popular choice in medical and health laboratories, research centers, and schools. Plastic laminate modular casework can be easily and efficiently disassembled and rebuilt, making it an excellent choice for those who desire flexibility of layout without demolition and long wait times.

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Durcon Countertops

When it comes to designing your laboratory, the type of countertop you choose is important. Countertops must be strong and durable enough to withstand your laboratory’s specific environment, which in most cases means being chemical resistant, non-flammable, and non-absorbent.

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