I have noticed that for the last few years from almost every possible source of communication we are bombarded with commandments regarding the care of the environment and slogans related like: “Let’s take care of nature”, “We must be ECO”, “Away with plastic”, etc. Is it good? I think that is very good, considering the state of the
Metal five – five most important attributes of Compact Lab!
Again, the Compact Lab furniture can be entirely made of stainless steel or steel painted with chemically resistant paint and, like a medieval knight in armor, can serve us for many years. The material does not get wet and does not corrode, which allows it to maintain a “fresh” appearance for many years.
Problem like in the candy store? Don’t worry, we’ll help! A large selection is often a problem for the customer, but in this particular case it is an important advantage. We have a wide range of standard solutions for frames, cabinets, wardrobes and extensions. We also offer non-standard solutions, individually tailored to your needs. In addition, a wide range of additional elements: sinks, fittings, eyewash stations, safety showers and even an increase in the working area – through the use of suspension bridges, in which additional sockets and gas installations can be easily installed. One could go on and on…
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I don’t know a person who doesn’t want easy-to-clean floors in their home. The situation with the furniture in the laboratory is exactly the same. Easy-to-clean surfaces are an important element of any project. Metal furniture ensures smooth and non-absorbent fronts that allow quick and effective sterilization.
An essential element for those who plan to furnish rooms partially. The modular combination of furniture allows for trouble-free expansion and easy rearrangement of existing elements. This is a big advantage in relation to furniture made of wood or laminate, the handling of which may not only be problematic, but also may cause permanent damage to the elements, as a result of which further use will be simply inconvenient or even impossible in some cases.
If you took a closer look at the topic, the number of advantages would certainly increase to a really considerable size. However, departing from the subject of furniture itself, it is worth noting the generally growing social awareness and this is a good omen. More and more offers that come to us require us to present our activities in the field of caring for the environment. It is also a good habit that in the near future will force companies to take action in this area, even the simplest ones.
What’s your approach? Are you a supporter or opponent of ECO? Share your opinion in the comments!