School Furniture | Worktops
There is a wide choice of worktops to choose from, each one has its own advantages and technical merits depending on the desired application.
Selecting the right worksurface
Trespa Work Surfaces
- Good Chemical Resistance
- High Wear & Scratch Resistance
- Excellent Impact Resistance
- Durable all round performance
- Economic Panel Sizes
- Good Clean ability
Laminate Work Surfaces
InterFocus laminate work surfaces are made from the highest quality materials and are available in a wide range of colours. Manufactured in high pressure laminate, these worktops are hard wearing and highly resistant to heat, moisture and abrasion. They incorporate a front edge seal to guard against water ingress from accidental spillages.
Epoxy Resin Work Surfaces
InterFocus epoxy resin work surfaces are produced from silica filled, heat cured solid epoxy resin, formulated to achieve optimum chemical resistance. InterFocus worktops have excellent mechanical strength and flatness, and are manufactured to precise dimensions. They are durable, easy to decontaminate and heat resistant.
Velstone Work Surfaces
Velstone solid surface material is non porous and offers other specific attributes which are not available in laminate tops.
Lab20 Work Surfaces
Sheridan has developed the LAB20 work surface for use for the high demands of the Education and Healthcare Sector. LAB20® is a solid surface and being homogeneous with a high chemical resistance, gives all the benefits of solid surfacing at a reduced cost.
Iroko Hardwood Work Surfaces
Iroko and similar hardwoods have been the traditional choice for school laboratory classrooms and chemistry & physics labs. The main advantage of using Iroko worktops is that they can easily be refurbished by sanding the top layer. The durable surface has resistance against attacks from acids, solvents and heat.
Stainless Steel Work Surfaces
We manufacture a wide range of Stainless Steel, 316 grade work surfaces, from simple bench runs to complex work surfaces, where sinks, and filtration may be required, often used in areas which need to be kept sterile e.g. hospital and medical research laboratories and also in isotope laboratories.