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G-Lab® is produced with a nano-surface technology which forms a durable surface to ensure superior protection against a wide range of chemicals and acids in the laboratory.
Max Resistance2 combines the very best intrinsic qualities: extreme resistance to the most aggressive chemicals, natural strength, long lasting durability, and an easy-to-clean surface. What’s more, it opens up new design possibilities.
Chemical resistant compact laminate surface material. G-Lab® is a product which is formed after its special production method to be used as laboratory tables and cabinets that require high chemical retardancy. G-Lab® panels -developed for interior use – are decorative and ready for use panels which are pressed under high temperature and pressure.
Work Surfaces have to withstand the ongoing punishment of a modern laboratory. A high-quality worktop needs to be chemical resistant, hygienic, easy to clean and maintain, durable and flexible. Increasingly, there is also an additional requirement to find environmentally friendly solutions – to minimise ecological impact and maximise effectiveness. We provide you with a versatile selection of work surface materials to meet virtually any application…
Luxury vinyl flooring is one of the most versatile and luxurious materials used on the market these days. It comes in stylish, contemporary looking colours and designs that are suitable for your home and office. Styles: Rococo Stick Down, Rococo Wide Plank, Verso and Athena.
When you need to specify a surface that is resistant to the harshest of acids, bases and solvents, the Wilsonart® chemical resistant range answers the challenge. Designed for highly corrosive environments, specific applications may include laboratory benchtops, fascia panels in laboratory furniture, hospital or health facility countertops, photographic processing areas, through to nail salons. Available in postforming grade laminate or compact laminate, Wilsonart® Chemsurf® offers practicality without sacrificing design and style. And is often less expensive upfront and over its life cycle than alternatives such as stainless steel, or slate while also being more versatile.