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Detra Lab Laboratory Furniture Systems

Detra Lab - Modular Furniture System

Detra-Lab is a fully suspended, modular furniture system specifically developed for use in laboratories that require versatile and generously spacious work and storage arrangements.

The system consists of a range of highly flexible and interchangeable furniture components that are either wall mounted or configured as free standing island and peninsular modules.

All components are supported by Detra-Set, a heavy duty vertical rail and bracket system that results in unlimited and precise height adjustment for worktops, storage cabinets and shelving. These rails can fix directly to the wall surface (as shown) but are generally incorporated as part of the Detra-Lab modular service spine.

Worktop modules are fully demountable and interchangeable permitting easy replacement in the event of damage or upgrading when a particular process or future application demands. Worktops can also be provided with a motorised height adjustment option.

Detra-Lab modular service spines are available in three standard configurations; wall fixed, floor fixed or floor to ceiling. All provide the necessary containment for water, waste, gas, electrical and network data services.

Detra-Lab Modular Furniture Systems

Outline Design

Support


Detra-Set steel and aluminium channel support system.

Worktop modules


900, 1200, 1800, 2400 or 3000mm long.

Height adjustment


+/- 25mm increments.

Cabinets modules


450, 600 or 900mm wide.

Sliding adjustment


Unlimited within the worktop module.

Service spine modules


230mm wide x 950, 1250 or 1850mm long x 1050 to 4000mm high.

Applicable standards


BS3202 Part 2, BS4875 Part 7 and BS EN 14056:2003.

For detailed component description see Furniture Specifications.