Laboratory benches – the load-bearing element at the laboratory workplace

Waldner's laboratory benches have a wide range of uses in every area of the laboratory. They ensure flexibility in laboratories by systematically separating service supply and furniture. Excellent stability, linear design and seamless appearance: precision square steel profiles with reinforced cross-section are used for the bench frames so that they can easily withstand a load of 200 kg. Their overall homogeneous powder-coated finish protects the bench frames from external influences, creating a seamless appearance.

The variety of bench frames is capable of meeting all demands placed on laboratory workstations – from easy and optimum cleaning of the floor to greater legroom and ergonomic seating.

Benches

Worktops - material overview

All designs of our workbenches are equipped with individually selectable worktop materials

Melamine resin facing/post-forming

  • Very flat
  • Destructive: concentrated hydrochloric acids, nitric acids, heated sulfuric acid
  • Use: mobile, add-on, window benches, equipment and laboratory benches in dry areas
Melamine resin facing/post-forming

Polypropylene

  • Joint-free, flat, lightweight, excellent resistance to acids and solvents, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: ozone, concentrated nitric acid, chloroform, petrol, benzene
  • Use: areas with high resistance to chemicals, working with hydrofluoric acid radio-isotope areas where the absence of joints is crucial

 

Polypropylene

Solid (grade) laminate

  • Moisture-resistant, flat, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: concentrated hydrochloric acids, nitric acid, heated sulfuric acid
  • Use: wet rooms, physical laboratories, benches exposed to medium loads

 

Solid (grade) laminate

Solid (grade) laminate Trespa Toplab+

  • Antibacterial, highly compressed surface structure, excellent chemical resistance, moisture-resistant, flat, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: concentrated hydrochloric acids, nitric acids, heated sulfuric acids
  • Use: chemical, microbiological, genetic engineering laboratories

 

Solid (grade) laminate Trespa Toplab+

Epoxy

  • Joint-free, flat, solid plate, excellent mechanical strength, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: hydrofluoric acid, concentrated heated mineral acid
  • Use: laboratory workstations of all kinds
Epoxy

Stainless steel

  • Seamless, excellent resistance to solvents, excellent temperature resistance
  • Destructive: compounds containing chlorine and bromine, formic acid, sulfuric acid
  • Use: very exacting decontamination and moisture resistance demands as well as solvent resistance, biology, microbiology, pharmacy, radio-isotope areas, pathology
Stainless steel

Stoneware

  • Very best chemical resistance, mechanically stable, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: hydrofluoric acid
  • Use: areas with very high chemical and mechanical exposure

 

Stoneware

Stoneware-composite worktop

  • Flat, more lightweight than stoneware, best chemical resistance, easy to dispose of
  • Destructive: hydrofluoric acid
  • Use: areas with very high chemical and mechanical exposure

 

Stoneware-composite worktop

Glass

  • Flat, good resistance to chemicals
  • Destructive: hydrofluoric acid
  • Use: laboratory benches of all types exposed to large amounts of chemicals
Glass

Bench frames and designs

H-frame

  • Very stable
  • Underbench cabinets can be combined regardless of the grid dimensions
  • Support structure for analysis equipment and assemblies
H-frame

C-frame

  • Excellent stability
  • Load-bearing capacity 200 kg
  • Generous knee space and legroom
C-frame

Cantilever

  • Maximum legroom
  • Mounted on service spine or wall

 

Cantilever

Load-bearing underbench unit

  • Self-supporting underbench unit on plinth combined with worktops

 

Load-bearing underbench unit

Mobile table

  • Moveable bench frame for maximum flexibility

 

Mobile table

Special tables

Balance table

For installation of analytical balances and other sensitive measuring instruments,especially mounted, vibration-free fine concrete plates, vibration-decoupled

Balance table

Heavy-duty rack

Total load of 500 kg, individual shelves can withstand up to 150 kg, mobile, multi-level storage area, freely adjustable work surfaces, heavy-duty castors (2 of which can be locked), suitable for measuring instruments/measuring instrument towers

Heavy-duty rack

Heavy-duty mobile table

  • Heavy-duty table frame including sliding handle

 

Heavy-duty mobile table

Height-adjustable table

  • Height-adjustable work and storage area up to 950 mm (adjustable in 25 mm increments)
  • H-bench frame
Height-adjustable table

Sliding elements

Sliding elements are all fixed to 4 wheels in a sliding rail, which is located on the laboratory work bench

secretary

secretary

Moveable angled writing surface

Assistent

Assistent

Fold-out storage and writing surface that can be moved on the laboratory bench

Protector

Protector

Moveable spray and splinter guard with safety glass

Laboratory sinks

Access to service water needs to fulfil different requirements in laboratories. Generously sized laboratory sink modules, integrated sinks, drip cups and sink modules, integrated in service spines or fume hoods, are integrated into the laboratory as required. The materials used, including stoneware, polypropylene, stainless steel and epoxy, are extremely durable.
The mobile laboratory sink units, which can be docked on suspended service booms or service columns, enable them to be quickly moved within the laboratory.

Laboratory sinks

Laboratory basins and sinks

Laboratory sink

  • A wide range of designs, which can be combined with diverse worktop materials
Laboratory sink

Laboratory sink module

  • Laboratory sink modules can be integrated on the front side but also at right angles across the service spine.
  • High-strength burned, glazed stoneware
Laboratory sink module

Sink module integrated in service spine

  • Made of stoneware or polypropylene
  • Integrated into the service spine above the plane of the table
Sink module integrated in service spine

Drip cups in the worktop

  • Drip cups are recessed directly into the worktop – stoneware, polypropylene, epoxy resin or stainless steel are used here.
Drip cups in the worktop

Mobile sink on castors

  • Complements the adaptable laboratory, possible under the service wing.
  • Flexible lines mean that it can be connected directly to the service wing
Mobile sink on castors

AuqaEl

  • Plug-in compact system for straightforward supply and disposal of water with service modules
  • A lifting system discharges the waste water.
AuqaEl

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