The Laboratory Benches are available with three different types of cabinets.
• Suspended Cabinets
• Mobile Cabinets
• Pedestal Type Cabinet
Suspended Cabinet: In this setup, the under-bench cabinets are suspended to the C-Frame. There is a space of 180 mm height between the floor and the underside of the cabinets. The most important advantage of this system is that the weight of the material on the benches is not carried by the cabinets. In case new cabinets need to be added or present ones need to be removed it is not required to empty the table. The bench does not need cabinets to fulfill its duty.
Mobile Cabinet System: In this setup, the under-bench cabinets are placed on the floor. The cabinets are similar to the suspended cabinets. They are not suspended to the C-Frame but mounted on castor wheels. The two front castor wheels have breaks. The castor wheels keep the underside of the cabinets 100 mm above the floor. The inner backside of the benches is covered with panels.
Pedestal Type Cabinet System: In this setup, the benches do not use the C-frames. Here the cabinets are used to support the worktop. The cabinets are similar to the other types of cabinets (suspended and mobile). The cabinets are mounted on a pedestal and thus directly placed on the floor. The backsides of the benches are covered with panels. In case access is needed these cover panels can be easy