Tips on Choosing Lab Furniture and Lab Benching

Tips on Choosing Lab Furniture and Lab Benching

Planning your laboratory with the right lab furniture and lab benches is a complex challenge as there are numerous aspects and criteria to consider as you search for lab benches, workbenches, countertops, seats, and storage areas for your lab.

It is an important part of the planning process to consider all of the elements of office space and research lab, as well as how to best implement in a way that supports efficient scientific work.

As with most things, there are many differing perspectives on how to make the best use of research facilities, there are however some points that are universally agreed.

Creating the most optimal lab design is essential to any lab workspace, and in our experience, even the smallest of laboratory design errors can result in reducing output due to delays, so at Lab Fit we always work to create designs that optimise the science laboratory.

Laboratory furniture comes in various sizes and styles, depending on the purpose for which it will be used. When choosing the best furniture system for a particular lab environment, you might consider several things such as:

  1. Quality of the Furniture

When considering your lab furniture in the UK, quality is a crucial requirement and consideration. It is recommended that you opt for high-quality durable materials that are chemical and flame resistant.

Another important consideration is the quality of the installation and finish. It is important that the furniture is installed correctly to maximise durability and to avoid damage.

  1. Consult the users of the Lab

When planning your science lab take some time to brainstorm with those who will be using the facilities on a day-to-day basis, so the lab can be tailored to the needs of your team. Getting your team involved early in the design process and can avoid costly mistakes. The convenience of use is a feature that you cannot afford to miss when it comes to lab furniture. In choosing lab furniture it is worth considering the users and how they will use the furniture on a day-to-day basis to avoid time spent modifying lab seats, countertop heights, opening storage spaces, or even spreading out the tables.

Laboratories require furniture that is not only functional but also user-friendly. It’s critical that your furniture doesn’t interfere with the lab’s productivity or break under stress.

  1.  Laboratory Conditions

The purpose of the lab will also determine which lab benching and furniture will be best. This is an essential factor to consider while purchasing furniture. Due to exposure requirements, various materials must be chosen to satisfy distinct conditions. Trespa benching are generally recommended as it provides a durable and chemical resistance surface.

  1. Functionality and Design

When purchasing furniture for your lab, it is worth considering the style and function. Many modern labs in the UK require portable and flexible systems that can readily adapt to lab workflow and increase efficiencies within workstations.

Contact Lab Fit for the Best Laboratory Furniture 

If you need assistance in choosing the best furniture for your laboratory, our expert team at Lab Fit is happy to assist you in creating the ideal working environment. Regardless of how you intend to use your laboratory, we can help.

Lab Fit has extensive experience with a wide range of laboratories from school science labs, research laboratories, wet labs and we can supply lab tables and lab benches for all types of laboratory work environments.

We want to help you create the most efficient laboratory possible providing you with high-quality laboratory furniture and outstanding service. To learn more about the wide range of lab tables and lab benches available and how they can help you get the most use out of your lab workspace, contact Lab Fit today.

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