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Metal

Casework

// Heavy-duty steel cabinet construction, delivering chemical and scratch resistance, with the strength to support heavy loads.

Metal casework can be safely used with many different chemicals and applications, making it a solid option for frequent-use laboratories. Whether you’re seeking to outfit a research center, school lab, medical facility or science center, metal casework is a worthwhile investment for most laboratory types. It is easy to clean, fire-resistant and low maintenance.

Made with heavy-duty steel, metal lab cabinets are capable of supporting heavy loads. For even more durability, Longo offers an epoxy-like coating for guaranteed protection from rust and corrosion in high moisture areas. Our extensive door and drawer configurations provide a variety of layout options to maximize storage space and enhance the efficiency of the overall workspace.

Cabinet modules can be installed in a variety of configurations to serve the needs of the application for which they will be used. Available in both modular and fixed styles, our metal cabinet systems can be tailored to fit your specific use and also to match the appearance of your existing environment. A lab specialist from our team at Longo Labs will guide you through the process of deciding which cabinet style(s) and finish(es) are the most appropriate fit for your needs.

Features

  • Heavy Steel Construction
  • Corrosion-resistant, Powder Coat Finish
  • Epoxy or Phenolic Resin Worktop
  • Standard Without Locks
  • Shelves Adjustable in Half-inch Increments
  • All Cabinets Include Cutout for Service Access
  • Full Extension Drawer Slides
  • Horizontal or Vertical Metal Wire Pulls
  • Five-knuckle Hinges Standard

Finishes

Standard Options
  • Off White
  • Champagne
  • Light Almond
  • Fawn Beige
  • Medium Blue
  • Black
  • Banker’s Grey
  • Hunter Green
  • Burgundy
  • Petal White
  • Wedgewood Blue
  • Stone Gray
  • Pewter
  • Model Gray

Downloads

Metal Casework in a Commercial Lab

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