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Epoxy Resin Lab Surfaces

Epoxy Resin Lab SurfacesBlack Countertops in School Laboratories

With a range of use that currently spans from public high schools to NASA run science labs, epoxy resin countertops provide a sturdy work surface that is also aesthetically appealing. The sleek black surface is easy to maintain and clean. A new set of epoxy resin countertops can revitalize and add a sense of professionalism to any university or professional laboratory.

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What Are Epoxy Resin Counters?

Epoxy resin countertops are an oven-molded combination of epoxy, silica, and other filler materials. This unique blend grants the user a flat, non-porous surface fantastic for chemical, biological, and moisture resistance. Spills are incredibly easy to clean up, leaving your lab looking great. Epoxy is a long-lasting solution for laboratory counters.

When a classroom of 20 or more high school students find themselves operating a Bunsen burner, epoxy resin’s resistance to heat will prove to be a valuable asset for any science teacher. The black surface won’t show minor burns from direct contact with flames. Epoxy can withstand heat sources common in experiments.

Popular in school laboratories, epoxy counters are found in:

How Cost Effective Are Epoxy Resin Countertops?

When it comes to quality, multipurpose use epoxy resin countertops are the best possible choice for labs on a budget. Unlike stainless steel or butcher block countertops, these surfaces are not specifically tailor made for certain uses. Instead, epoxy resin tops can be used for any purpose. The result is a lower overall cost for epoxy counters compared to specialized materials.

Countertop Resistance and Cost Ratings

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Bacteria Epoxy Bacteria ResistanceEpoxy Bacteria ResistanceEpoxy Bacteria ResistanceEpoxy Bacteria ResistanceEpoxy Bacteria Resistance Phenolic Bacteria ResistancePhenolic Bacteria ResistancePhenolic Bacteria ResistancePhenolic Bacteria ResistancePhenolic Bacteria Resistance Stainless Steel Bacteria ResistanceStainless Steel Bacteria ResistanceStainless Steel Bacteria ResistanceStainless Steel Bacteria ResistanceStainless Steel Bacteria Resistance Butcher Block Bacteria ResistanceButcher Block Bacteria ResistanceButcher Block Bacteria ResistanceButcher Block Bacteria ResistanceButcher Block Bacteria Resistance Laminate Bacteria ResistanceLaminate Bacteria ResistanceLaminate Bacteria ResistanceLaminate Bacteria ResistanceLaminate Bacteria Resistance
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PSA Laboratory Furniture will handle the installation of your new epoxy countertops. We use project scheduling and coordination to ensure your lab furniture is installed delivered and installed in a timely manner.

Epoxy counters provide excellent resistant to most chemicals.

Acetic acid (20%) Borax Ferric Magnesium Silver nitrate
Acetylene Boric acid Ferrous Maleic acid Sodium
Alcohol Butadiene gas Formaldehyde Mercury Stannic chloride
Aluminum Butane gas Gasoline Naphtha Sulfur dioxide
Amines calcium Glycerin Naphthalene Tannic acid
Ammonia Carbon dioxide & tetrachloride Heptane Nickel Tartaric acid
Ammonium Citric acid Hydraulic fluid Oleic acid Vingar
Amyl acetate Copper Hydcyanic acid Oxalic acid Water (fresh, salt, sea, & distilled)
Barium Diesel fuel hydrogen sulfide Picric acid Xylene
Benzol Ethyl chloride Kerosene Potassium Zinc chloride

Why PSA Laboratory Furniture?

PSA Lab Furniture offers our epoxy resin countertop design and installation to labs around the world. With our American-made quality assurance, our customers know they are receiving the best possible piece of laboratory equipment on the market. Whether it’s a brand new, state-of-the-art laboratory for professional services, or simple replacement tops for the school chemistry lab PSA’s epoxy resin surfaces excel in both function, quality, and price.

Contact PSA Laboratory Furniture to order American-made epoxy countertops for your lab.
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