Good place to buy laboratory workbench?

Dirk dhunt02 at nospam.emory.edu
Fri Jan 7 11:05:26 EST 2000


Here is a source that most people forget to check...
Try looking in your University's Surplus supply center.

I know that i have pretty good luck finding cabinettes and lab top
tables in ours (I did my basement workshop in the stuff...) at Emory

Have fun

Dirk

On Sat, 04 Dec 1999 10:43:04 GMT, Robert Hartley
<r.hartley at freeuk.com> wrote:

>In message <Pine.OSF.4.10.9912021612340.24041-100000 at unicorn.it.wsu.edu>
>          paul lacy <lacyp at wsunix.wsu.edu> wrote:
>
>Hello Paul
>> 
>> Our lab decided that they need to get a small (6 foot long) laboratory
>> workbench.  Another lab had ordered a real nice cabinet with chemical
>> resistant top from Apple Scientific, but could not reach them anymore
>> when he wanted to order another one.
>
>Firstly find out what the material that is chemical resistent then ask your 
>local DIY to make one. Our workshopboys in gla.ac.uk are fantastic.
>A sequencing gel perspex shield for P32 cost about 40pounds or 60 dollars.
>And that was for a BIX not just a piece of shielding.
>
>I made a desktop -70 freezer for about 10 dollars (since your in the USA)  
>> 
>> I had looked at some component systems from Fisher Scientific but didn't 
>> really like what they offered (steel cases) when I saw one of them in
>> person.
>
>You dont need to go to  a scientific supplier. c.f calculator prices for a 
>sci supplier vs an electrical store
>> 
>> Does anyone have any suggestions on some good sources (US based) for lab
>> furniture (wood or wood laminate?) ? 
>
>The local DIY :-)
>> 
>> Paul Lacy
>> 
>PS 1st I must say Paul is not guilty of this but could users of Microsoft 
>outlook express please configure your application properly and not send html 
>postings. OR html attachments OR text attachments that contain your posting 
>all over again. Any way enough bandwidth used up on this rant. :-)
>
>Cheers
>Bob running RISC OS on a StrongARM Risc PC600
>
>-- 
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