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Laboratory furniture with ceramic worktop
Laboratory furniture with Ceramic worktop for Research company 
Regarding laboratory countertops, according to their materials, they can be roughly divided into: ceramic countertops, solid physical and chemical boards worktop, phenolic resin worktop, epoxy resin worktop, stainless steel worktop, Granite, marble, HPL (laminate) countertops, polypropylene (PP) countertops, glass countertops, Wooden countertops and so on.

Today, Cartmay will explain to you in detail what is a ceramic countertop? The main components of ceramic countertops include kaolin, clay, porcelain stone, porcelain clay, colorants, blue and white materials, lime glaze, lime alkali glaze, etc., which can be applied to the surface of various types of furniture in the laboratory, such as laboratory bench, high-temperature tables, Island bench, Side bench, sink bench, fume hoods, etc.

In comparison, the price of ceramic countertops is relatively expensive, which is regarded as a luxury in laboratory countertops and has relatively few domestic applications. However, it has two outstanding properties. One is that ceramic countertops are particularly resistant to high temperatures (usually above 1200°C, and some can reach 1500°C). Second, it is very suitable for laboratories with high requirements for acid and alkali resistance, because ceramic countertops are not sensitive to strong acids and alkalis other than HF, and their corrosion resistance is much higher than other materials.

In addition, ceramic countertops also have scratch resistance, anti-bacterial, anti-glaze cracking, high hardness, impact resistance, pollution resistance, good color fastness, anti-aging, easy to clean, environmental protection (no radiation, non-flammable, no heat Release of toxic substances)