Ergonomic working practices with service modules in laboratories

Service modules are crucial in laboratories: they supply the entire room with all the services that scientists need for their work. Fittings and controls are easier to reach by tilting the service panels towards the user.
The service spine forms the basis of workplaces in laboratories. It offers a wide range of options for designing the individual working area, enabling it to be quickly changed and retrofitted with ease.
The accessory rail under the service panel accommodates useful elements, transforming the laboratory workstation into your very own individual working area.

Ergonomic working practices with service modules in laboratories

Individual workplace design with service modules

Individual workplace design with service modules

With a host of useful details and visually clean design, our service modules have evolved to meet all laboratory design requirements. The service panels – the basis of the service modules – blend in seamlessly, the smooth design has no gaps and the concealed accessory rail for additional functions is precisely where it is needed. This simplifies cleaning and meets the most exacting hygiene standards.

The modular screw-less panels of the service modules can be replaced quickly, if required, and retrofitted or converted in an instant. Supply lines for water and compressed air can be quickly extended and installed, thanks to a plug-in coupling system – without any significant disruption to laboratory operation.

Service modules

Service duct element

As an alternative to the service spine, the height of the service duct element can be varied and installed directly on walls or connected to a service spine on the wall. Also equipped with panel technology and accessory rail to equip as required

  • Integration of all extraction points, including sockets and multiple connectors for IT
  • Extension and adaptation of the service supply, thanks to clip-in service panels
  • Use in service spines, service wall ducts, suspended service booms, service columns and bench-mounted service ducts
  • Tool-free assembly of supplementary service duct element fittings
Service duct element

Service spine

As a stand-alone unit, the service spine represents the floor-standing supply source and is combined with freely selectable bench frames to form a wall bench or double bench.

  • Diverse variation and fast alteration options
  • Design versions for genetic engineering areas (S1-4 levels)
  • Modular mounting of spine components on the multi-purpose upright
  • Tool-free assembly of supplementary service duct element fittings
Service spine

Service wing

The service wing uniquely defines freedom in the laboratory: the service wing provides maximum flexibility by being the central furniture element in which all services, such as mechanical services, electricity, IT, energy-saving lighting, extract air and also waste water disposal, are integrated.
The ability to dock it practically everywhere for supply and disposal results in maximum freedom of movement and free layout design.

  • Spatial service technology development in laboratories
  • Service supply and disposal through the ceiling for:
    • Laboratory benches and sinks under the service wing    
    • Local extraction furniture and AeroEm fume hood
    • Laboratory furniture on mobile tables or underbench units
    • Floor-standing laboratory equipment
  • Tool-free assembly of supplementary service wing fittings
  • 4 independent and freely combinable expansion stages

 

Service wing

Suspended service boom

Designed to be suspended freely from the ceiling of the laboratory, suspended service booms can also be used for layout design independent of the service. They can also be equipped with removable service panels
and accessory rails.

  • Height-adjustable
  • Modular fastening of suspended service boom fittings on the supporting construction
  • Design versions for genetic engineering areas (S1-4 levels)
  • Tool-free assembly of supplementary service duct element fittings
Suspended service boom

Service column

Our service column, which acts as a compact service supply, guarantees transparent space design.

  • One- or two-sided design
  • Design versions for genetic engineering areas (S1-4 levels)
  • Additional storage space by connecting service columns with shelves
Service column

Service distribution terminal

The service distribution terminal can be attached to the accessory rail, supplying the laboratory workstation with the services needed there

  • Service supply for connecting to a laboratory workstation
  • The workstation is supplied by a service module mounted on the ceiling, whether a suspended service boom, service wing, service ceiling or a floor-mounted service spine
Service distribution terminal

Bench-mounted service duct

The bench-mounted service duct can be used to supply double benches with services.

  • Tool-free assembly of supplementary service duct element fittings
  • Not suitable for double benches where the work surfaces need to be separated
  • Design versions for genetic engineering areas (S1-4 levels) via the media table attachment, e.g. double tables can be supplied with media accordingly.

 

Bench-mounted service duct
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