At Chemtops, we offer a broad range of countertops for your choice when designing or renovating your lab or workspace. Scroll below to see about our epoxy resin countertops.

Overview

Epoxy resin countertops are the go-to work surface for laboratory casework and industrial workbenches. For use in laboratory countertop manufacturing, epoxy resin has been touted for its versatility and relative ease of use.

Though epoxy resin countertops may not be the perfect solution for every lab, its high resistance to heat, chemicals, water, and stress make epoxy resin an excellent choice for many laboratory applications. 

Applications

  • Classrooms
  • Research Areas
  • K-12 labs
  • University labs
  • Biomedical Labs
  • Hospital Labs
  • Chemical Labs
  • Highly Corrosive Environments
  • High Moisture Environments
  • Clinic Pharmaceutical Labs
  • Molecular Pathology Labs
  • Industrial Testing Facilities
  • Applied Science Research Labs

Comparison

Pros

  • Integral sinks configurations
  • High & moisture resistant
  • Solid core all the way through
  • Most common used material in specifications
  • Non-porous, nonabsorbent surface (ideal for use around sinks, in wet labs, etc)
  • Easy to customize
  • Easy to clean
  • Tolerant of high-heat and open flame
  • Extreme durability and low cost of care

Cons

  • Scratches easily
  • Excessive heat will burn through laminate surface
  • Longer lead times
  • Extremely heavy and therefore expensive to ship/move
  • Installation may require more experience/technique
  • Cannot be exposed to UV rays or direct sunlight for extended periods

Additional Details

  • Durable
  • Long-Lasting
  • Heat Resistant
  • Versatile
  • High Chemical Resistance
  • Custom sizes available up to 96″ x 72″
  • Black Onyx
  • Graphite
  • Dark Khaki
  • Tan
  • Gray
  •  Lunar White
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  • 0.75″
  • 1.0″

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Made in America

All of our products are made right here in the USA. We are a long-time, trusted partner with Durcon, who provides all of our epoxy, phenolic, and solid surface countertops.

SEFA Tested

We partner with SEFA to ensure every item we make lives up to rigorous testing standards. This includes load bearing, hinge testing, and joint durability exercises.