Much of the work done in laboratories contains a high degree of risk to the user. Handling toxic and flammable substances obliges everyone implicated in laboratory design to uphold safety as a basic working principle.
This is why in addition to complying with and guaranteeing all afety regulations it is necessary that every element forming part of the laboratory is designed and built in such a way that the risk of fire and contamination is minimized.
For our R&D team, laboratory safety is a priority reflected in our choice of raw materials and the design of our equipment:
STEEL : THE PERFECT MATERIAL
With the exception of work surfaces, all our fixtures are made of metal.
The principal material is cold-laminated DC.01 steel, in accordance with Standard 10027 , plus an organic coating
of epoxy-polyester resin. In addition to its magnificent performance in damp and wet conditions thanks to modern painting procedures, this is undoubtedly the safest material to be used when manufacturing lab furniture.
Unlike other wood based materials, steel is non-combustible, so it does not propagate a fire neither it spreads any toxic gases.
Steel does not absorb any toxic substances nor liquids or dampness of any type.
All the components of the furniture are completely recyclable and reusable.