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Laboratory Workstation Configurations Ideas

Laboratory workstations are integral components of scientific research and experimentation, providing researchers with specialized environments for precision, safety, and efficiency. Our workstations are meticulously designed to meet the unique needs of diverse scientific disciplines, accommodating tasks ranging from chemical analyses to biological research. Equipped with features like chemical-resistant surfaces, fume hoods, and adaptable configurations, laboratory workstations ensure a controlled and secure setting for experiments. Ergonomic considerations, such as adjustable seating and optimal lighting, are incorporated to support the long hours often spent on intricate procedures. Advanced technology integration, including specialized lab equipment and data analysis tools, enhances the capabilities of these workstations. Additionally, the modular nature of laboratory workstations allows for flexibility in adapting to evolving research requirements. In a field where precision and safety are paramount, well-designed laboratory workstations play a crucial role in facilitating scientific discovery and innovation.

Laboratory Incubator Program

Our workstations are designed with flexibility in mind, allowing users to easily adapt their workspace to their specific needs. This adaptability is crucial for startups and innovators who may need to configure their workspace frequently as their projects evolve. Equipped with state-of-the art technology and ergonomic features, our Lab workstations foster a productive and comfortable environment. 

Clinical & Life Science 

Workstations in clinical labs and life sciences are designed to meet the stringent requirements of medical research, diagnostics, and life sciences investigations. These workstations provide a controlled environment for various analytical procedures, ensuring accuracy, sterility, and adherence to regulatory standards. Equipped with specialized features such as laminar flow hoods, ergonomic seating, and adjustable work surfaces, these workstations cater to the diverse needs of researchers and clinicians. Integration of cutting-edge laboratory technology, including advanced microscopy and diagnostic equipment, enhances the efficiency and precision of experiments and analyses. 


A full wall of Series 7000 double cabinet features a sink in each group of 3 units. Each Island Station is designed with two double cabinets facing opposite directions, to configure a spacious two-worker workstation with ample storage.


Extensive storage needs in a Biology Lab were easily met with Series 7000 cabinet components and adjustable overtable shelves. Powerstrips, keyboard trays, and a sink complete this layout.


A two-sided microscope table was configured with a customized Series 4500 table for a hospital requirement. The 24″Dx96″L unit is manually adjustable in height from 30″ up to 37″.


A test and repair unit utilizes a Series 4500 mobile table with post-formed plastic laminate top. The unit is equipped with several optional accessories, including an adjustable overtable divider shelf on double Standard Uprights, and articulating arm, metal safety shield, keyboard tray, and three tiered drawer cases.


The Series 6700 Mobile Lab Station, available in several standard sizes, was selected for an HPLC application. The requirement for drawer storage was met with Model N3114 and N3116 drawer cases.

Mass Spectrometry & Instrumentation

Workstations for instrumentation in labs, particularly those dedicated to mass spectrometry, are crafted with precision and functionality to support intricate analytical processes. These workstations are designed to accommodate highly sensitive instruments and ensure optimal conditions for accurate measurements. Specialized features such as vibration-resistant surfaces, controlled environments, and modular configurations are integrated to enhance the performance of mass spectrometers and other analytical instruments. Ergonomic considerations, including adjustable instrument mounting and user-friendly interfaces, contribute to the efficiency of laboratory workflows.


Series 7000 cabinets are used in combination with Series 4500 work tables in the design of this lab environment. The work tables are equipped with wiretroughs to provide much needed power, in addition to undertable shelves and pull-out keyboard trays. The flexibility of this selection can easily be seen in this sketch. All units are free-standing, which allows re-positioning of any or all work stations.


A completely different base was chosen to support mass spectrometer instrumentation. In this case, a Series 5500 electric table (Direct Drive) which adjusts up and down at the touch of the button was selected, along with several different add-on options.


A 30″Dx50″L Series 7000 mobile station was selected for use as a base for a robotic test instrument. A need for considerable storage space is satisfied with three Model N7050 cabinets.


A customized unit was designed and built to handle the specific requirements of a medical instrumentation manufacturer. the 50″Dx84″L unit is equipped with several cabinets of different drawer and door configurations for storage of instrument peripherals.

Pharmaceutical & Chemical

Pharmaceutical and chemical workstations are purposefully designed environments that cater to the specialized needs of laboratories engaged in drug development, chemical analysis, and related research activities. These workstations are equipped with features that prioritize safety, precision, and adherence to stringent regulatory standards. Chemical-resistant surfaces, fume hoods, and ventilation systems are integral components to ensure a secure setting for handling and analyzing potentially hazardous substances.


Series 4500 Mobile tables have been customized with the addition of wing units in this bi-level configuration. Optional accessories include double Standard Uprights, light suspension system, flat screen articulating arm, document holder, and keyboard tray.


Organization is paramount at this packing station application. A Series 4800 Packing Station was designed with a post-formed top, and includes a Model N3110 drawer case, powerstrip, pegboard, two spool holders, and an adjustable divider shelf on double Standard Uprights.


A 30″Dx60″L Series 7000 Mobile Station was the choice for an automated biochemical identification system. At the center is a keyboard tray with full-length wrist rest, and heavy-duty rubber corner protectors to protect the unit and surroundings during transit.


Workstations designed for cleanrooms are precisely crafted environments that adhere to the highest standards of cleanliness and contamination control. These specialized workstations are essential in industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and semiconductor manufacturing, where even minute particles can compromise the quality of production. Featuring smooth, non-porous surfaces, these workstations minimize the risk of particle generation and facilitate easy cleaning and sterilization.


Several Series 7000 double and single cabinets were selected to create a U-shaped lab environment. A sink is located in one of the double cabinets.


A continuous row of Series 7000 cabinets includes a variety of drawer sizes and configurations. Cabinets were selected to suit the precise requirements of this lubricant manufacturer. A doubel cabinet with a mounted sink and fixtures is located at center of row.


A 30″Dx60″L Series 7000 Mobile Station was the choice for an automated biochemical identification system. At the center is a keyboard tray with full-length wrist rest, and heavy-duty rubber corner protectors to protect the unit and surroundings during transit.

Additional Lab Ideas

Workstations designed for non-science laboratories are essential components in creating efficient and functional environments for a variety of purposes. Unlike scientific laboratories that focus on research and experimentation, non-science laboratories serve different functions such as quality control, testing, and analysis in industries like manufacturing, environmental monitoring, or product development. These workstations are strategically configured to accommodate specific tasks, emphasizing functionality and adaptability.


Perfect for making the most of corner space. A Series 5300 Quad workstation was selected for this application. Riser modules with powerstrip, keyboard tray, and a CPU storage unit were specified as options.


A wide variety of Workplace® product lines blend well in this Materials Lab. Outer wall units are Series 7000 Banked Cabient Stations, with two rows positioned back-to-back and topped with a single work surface. Inner units are Series 4500 work tables. A Series 7000 Mobile Technician Station transports materials or equipment throughout the lab area. Back wall is reserved for Series 7100 Cabinet-to-Leg workstations, two of which are equipped with sinks.


Eight individual Series 7000 cabinets form an in-line row. A wide selection of drawer configurations make it possible to choose the correct drawer arrangement for each application. The dimensions of this particular row is 30″Dx144″Lx36″H


Series 4500 work tables are set back-to-back and end-to-end; left row of tables are equipped with fixed riser shelves and wiretroughs. Series 7000 Banked Cabinet Stations and a Mobile Technician Station complete the lab.


Eleven identical Series 7000 Cabinet-to-Cabinet Technician Stations frame two walls of this work environment. A third wall features an in-line Series 7000 Cabinet-to-Cabinet Station. All are equipped with fixed riser shelf assemblies outfitted with power. A space-saving corner unit unites the two longer rows together.