Low water absorption Light Grey Epoxy Resin Double Hole SinkTop
Used In Medical Institution
1).16 mm/19mm/25mm thickness epoxy resin
2).19mm thickness WILSONART CHEMSURF/ Wilsonart Physurf/ Protector
3).304 stainless steel cover with 25mm thickness MDF or Particle
4).19mm thickness Formica Chemtop
5).Work Top: 20mm thickness of Laboratory Ceramics whose surface
highly resistant to chemicals and well-suited for laboratories
using very aggressive products. This is an extremely hard material
resistant to scratches and resistant to high temperatures. The
Advantage of the 20mm thickness Laboratory Ceramic Work Top:
a: Chemical resistant
b: Be able to resist instant temperature 1200°C and there is no
affect when temperature is up to 160 °C.
c: Durable and scratch resistant
d: Resistant to UV light
e: Resistant to ageing
f: Free from solvents, non-toxic and completely recyclable
2.Common specification sheet (Unit : mm)
3.Epoxy Resin Worktop And Phenolic Resin Worktop
Epoxy resin Worktops are made from a mixture of materials then
cured as a solid continuous product. Epoxy resin Worktops are a
mixture of resin, silica, a hardener, and filler, which are molded
and oven cured as a solid slab.
As far the features and benefits, it is a durable choice for many
kinds of labs. It is non-porous, water and moisture resistant.
It is often used around sinks and areas that are subjected to any
kind of moisture. It is resistant to heat and chemicals, resists
discoloration and will encounter blistering and cracking only under
very extreme conditions.
It can take a beating and continue to look like new for years. The
durability of this product is built-in, not added as layers or
Phenolic resin Worktops are composite panels manufactured by
layering natural kraft papers that have been saturated with
phenolic resin and processed under high heat to form a solid
surface composite panel.
These Worktops are lightweight, hard, durable and highly chemical
resistant. They are oil and moisture resistant and are resistant to
most bacteria and fungus. Phenolic resin is an excellent choice for
laboratory environments with continuous heat exposure up to 350°F