Today’s lab is designed to promote collaborative research, cost savings and flexibility. Laboratory workstations and equipment have adapted to support these goals by becoming modular, adjustable, reusable and less expensive. Traditional labs had fixed base cabinets and counter tops attached to the floors and walls. Today, most laboratory workstations are modular, flexible and moveable systems of tables, mobile carts, shelves, and quick connect gas and electric lab services. This allows users and equipment in the lab to change frequently without implementing major time or expense resources to change research, researchers or the configuration of the lab.
Lab workstations can be simple and clean tables and mobile cabinets that easily transport around an open lab space. The tables and workstations can be connected overhead to gases, electric, and data services. Counters can be adjusted up or down electrically with the push of a button or by hand. Shelves, cabinets, lighting and accessories are modular and can be removed, adjusted and added as needed. We manufacture lab workstations of steel, wood, plastic laminate, phenolic resin, epoxy resin, polypropylene and other materials. Products are in stock in standard sizes and available custom to suit your specialized laboratory needs.
Laboratory workstations can also be systems furniture similar to the modular office “cubicle” furniture industry. The cubicles are modular wall systems that work surfaces, shelves, cabinets, task lights, gas services, monitor arms and accessories hang from to create customized workspaces. Spaces like dry analytical, computer station, equipment station and wet chemistry functions can all function adjacent to one another. And the laboratory workstation system is easily reconfigured for changing needs.
Haldeman Homme designs, sources, installs and repairs laboratory workstations and equipment for all types of lab clients including health care, university, K12, institutional and industrial. Our purpose is to help you be successful. We listen to your objectives, share our field experience, recommend and implement solutions to meet your objectives.
Contact one of our laboratory workstation consultants at 844-628-3720 for ideas and assistance.