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Four Facts You Should Know About Epoxy Resin Sinks

By MitchBritt | 14 Dec 2017

When you work in a lab, you can’t use just any type of sink–you need something that will stand up to chemical exposure and wear and tear. And if aesthetics matter to you, you also probably need something that will maintain its surface and finish. This is where epoxy resin comes in–it is a rugged, […]

Epoxy Resin Pegboards Vs. Acrylic Pegboards

By MitchBritt | 12 Dec 2017

When choosing elements of your laboratory furniture and accessories, there often are seemingly endless things to consider. And while something as relatively insignificant as a pegboard may seem like it doesn’t warrant much thought, the truth is that even the pegboard you choose can help or hurt your lab’s efficiency and overall productivity. Below, we’ll […]

Polyurethane Chairs vs. Laboratory Chairs

By MitchBritt | 05 Dec 2017

When setting up your lab, it can be easy to get so caught up in countertop material selection, table configuration, and other elements that you forget entirely about another key element of the complete lab – chairs. While there are many chair subtypes available, two of the most popular options for laboratory seating are vinyl […]

Laboratory Balance Tables

By MitchBritt | 27 Nov 2017

Creating an attractive and efficient laboratory requires careful planning and preparation, giving forethought to the type of work that will be performed and the general audience that will be making use of the facility. Balance tables are often a central feature of school and work laboratories in order to provide a safe and effective work […]

Chicago Laboratory Faucets

By MitchBritt | 13 Nov 2017

Setting up a proper laboratory workspace requires a great deal of preparation and planning. An ideal setting will afford those using the laboratory a spacious work area that is safe and easy to keep clean. The ideal surface materials will resist staining and provide years of practical use, making them a wise investment for your […]

Chemical Grade Phenolic Resin vs Standard Phenolic Resin

By MitchBritt | 02 Nov 2017

Choosing the right material for your laboratory countertops and workspaces takes careful research and planning. Careful consideration should be given to the practicality of the surface materials in question, as well as their overall appearance. Knowing the differences between chemical grade phenolic resin and standard phenolic resin can help you make a wise choice that […]

Epoxy Resin Sinks vs Stainless Steel Sinks

By MitchBritt | 31 Oct 2017

When it comes to choosing the correct countertops and sinks for your needs, it is important to keep both functionality and appearance in mind. If you are in the market for new sinks and countertops, you may have wondered about the benefits of epoxy resin sinks vs stainless steel sinks. How can you be sure […]

High-Quality Science Lab Tables

By MitchBritt | 17 Oct 2017

Thе bеѕt scientists аnd researchers оf today started ѕоmеwhеrе аnd іn mоѕt cases, іt wаѕ іn thе science lab оf thеіr high school, college, оr technical institute. Thеѕе geniuses learned еvеrуthіng thеу needed tо knоw frоm оthеrѕ whо саmе bеfоrе them. Lab experiments wіthіn educational settings аrе јuѕt аѕ complex аnd dangerous аѕ thоѕе conducted […]

Epoxy Resin Tables vs Phenolic Resin Tables

By MitchBritt | 09 Oct 2017

Whether you’re setting up a commercial laboratory, a classroom lab, or something in between, navigating the options you have can sometimes be confusing. And in planning your laboratory, one of the most crucial decisions you will make is deciding between epoxy resin and phenolic resin as surfaces. A comparison of epoxy resin tables and phenolic […]

Undermount Sink vs Overmount Sink

By MitchBritt | 24 Sep 2017

Undermount Sink and Overmount Sink Differences If you are planning out a resin countertop for your school or laboratory, chances are good that that countertop will require the installation of one or more sinks. And while there are several variables to consider when choosing a sink, one of the major things to decide on first […]

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