Press Release Summary:
Constructed from 16-gauge steel, Pro-Lab Series modular laboratory workspace systems can be configured to meet unique laboratory application needs. Elements include heavy-duty pedestal cabinets with multiple drawer and door configurations, various work surfaces, and multi-tiered adjustable shelving above surface. Stations accommodate overhead light fixtures, power strips, overhead sliding door cabinets, and sink bases with varied depths.
Original Press Release:
Pro-Line Introduces "Pro-Lab" Series of Modular Laboratory Workspace Systems
Meets the needs of laboratory applications with configurability and durability
HAVERHILL, Mass., February 13, 2004 - Pro-Line, a recognized leader in modular ergonomics, introduces the Pro-Lab Series of modular laboratory workspace systems.
The Pro-Lab Series can be configured to meet a diverse array of laboratory application needs. Elements of these systems include heavy-duty, modular pedestal cabinets with multiple drawer and door configurations, a range of work surfaces, and multi-tiered adjustable shelving above the surface. The Pro-Lab Series can also accommodate a range of Pro-Line products and accessories, including overhead light fixtures, power strips, overhead sliding door cabinets and easy-installation sink bases in varied depths.
All Pro-Lab components are constructed from rugged 16-gauge steel for maximum weight-bearing capacity and long life. Pro-Lab heavy-duty modular cabinets feature 95% extensions slides with 100-pound capacity per drawer, and are available in depths of either 26" or 30". Drawer interiors are slotted to accept optional dividers every one inch for optimal organization. Drawers can be gang-locked to protect valuable tools and instruments.
Pro-Lab system work surfaces include epoxy resin, Chem-Guard® chemical resistant laminate, colored laminates, heavy gauge stainless steel and ESD, all of which are critical in the laboratory environment. The Pro-Lab workspace systems feature two-tone powder coat paint (optional ESD paint available) in a wide range of colors to complement any laboratory décor.
Pro-Line customer service will work with laboratory managers and architects to design the ideal Pro-Lab workspace system for a given application. Pro-Line offers the convenience of system availability on both coasts.
Founded in 1978, Pro-Line has become the recognized leader in ergonomic workstation design. In fact, the company is credited with producing one of the first hand-crank, height-adjustable tables in 1987. Pro-Line has corporate headquarters in Haverhill, Massachusetts, with West Coast distribution facilities in Oceanside, California. More information is available on the company's Web site at www.1proline.com.