Epoxy Resin
USA Made | SEFA Tested | Chemical Resistant | Install Services



Lab-grade epoxy resin is made by mixing epichlorohydrin (ECH) and bisphenol-A (BPA) resins with fillers like silica, metal, or glass. Fillers can be added to increase strength and other properties of the resin.

Furthermore, laboratory epoxy resin countertops are cast in thin layers, one at a time. Each layer is cured using a thermoset process, which gives the material enhanced heat resistance.

Additionally, fillers can be added to the resin to meet the specific needs of individual customers. Epoxy resin countertops can be made virtually any size or thickness because they are poured and cured layer by layer.

Moreover, lab epoxy resin sinks are a standard feature in commercial and lab environments. They are typically installed in either a drop-in or undermount style.

Finally, epoxy resin drying racks and pegboards are used to hang and dry glassware in lab environments.






Black Onyx

Black Onyx



Dark Khaki

Dark Khaki

Lunar White

Lunar White

For select colors, click here. 

*Note colors on screen may vary from how they will appear on product*


  • Classrooms
  • Research Areas
  • Highly Corrosive Environments
  • High Moisture Environments
  • Biology & Microbiology Labs
  • Hospitals Medical Applications 

Key Features

  • Durable
  • Heat Resistant
  • Long-Lasting
  • Versatile
  • High Chemical Resistance


  • Marine Edge Containment Tops
  • Drain Tops, Toughs, Cup Sinks
  • Balance Tables, Isotopes, and Isopads
  • Drop-In & Undermount Sinks
  • Wall Mount, Utility, & Specialty Sinks
  • ADA Compliant Sinks

Sheet Sizes

Custom sizes available up to 96″ x 72″


0.75″, 1.0″ or 1.25″

Edge Finishes

 1/4″ Machined Radius

 1/8″ Machined Bevel 

 1/2″ Molded Radius

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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.