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Stainless Steel STAINLESSes are
specifically designed to securely
hold persons donning footwear at
your facility without taking up
valuable floor space.
Type 304 #3
Brushed Stainless Steel offers a bright, easily
maintained surface while providing a modern and
attractive appearance for your work
This 16 Gauge
Steel Storage Unit is specifically designed to accommodate Alcohol, Teri Wipes, & a
Waste Receptacle but is easily customizable to accommodate your specific needs. The picture on the right is an In-Wall Model but a Stand Alone Option is available
This Piano Hinged
Stainless Steel Shoe Dispenser is designed to
hold shoe covers (or any related items) in a space saving easy to refill manner.
Whether you have 1000 Square Feet or
100,000 Square Feet. Inwall
Steel Solutions from G2
provides stoarge solutions for your
facility without taking up your
valuable workable floor space. click
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STAINLESS LABORATORY PASS THROUGH CABINET WITH VIEWING WINDOW
Type 304 #3 Brushed Stainless Steel Inwall or Stand Alone Shelved Double Door Pass Through
Stainless Laboratory Pass Through Cabinet
is manufactured with
high quality Type
stainless steel No. 3
brushed finish with an optional Safety Glass viewing window
inlayed in the doors on one or
both sides thus allowing for
Of the 4 standard models, only
the 44" Wide Models come with
Double Doors. A laboratory is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which
scientific research, experiments, and measurement may be performed.
The title of laboratory is also used for certain other facilities where the processes or equipment used are similar to those in scientific laboratories. In recent years government and private centers for innovation in learning, leadership and organization have adopted "lab" in their name to emphasize the experimental and research-oriented nature of their work.
Scientific laboratories can be found in schools and universities, in industry, in government or military
facilities, and even aboard ships and spacecraft. A laboratory might offer work space for just one to more than thirty researchers depending on its
size and purpose. Despite the great differences among laboratories, some features are common.
The use of
or countertops at which the scientist may choose to either sit or stand is a common way to ensure comfortable working conditions for the researcher, who may spend a large portion of his or her working day in the laboratory. The provision of cabinets for the storage of laboratory equipment is quite common. It is traditional for a scientist to record an experiment's progress in a laboratory notebook, but modern labs almost always contain at least one computer
workstation for data collection and a
pass through to hinder particle contamination when transfering projects between rooms.
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