Special benches are required for equal opportunity, adjustable to 800 high for wheelchair access. These benches are also used for supporting large equipment at lower levels for access to the top by staff. Balance bench
Similar to System 13, the ceiling mounted services bollards and reagent shelves are suspended over a double sided fixed bench. This system is ideal for a user requirement of a large expanse of clear bench
With the increased user requirements for only power, data and few gases (if any) the servicing of movable benches can be achieved with ceiling mounted suspended bollards and reagent shelf assemblies. The laboratory floor is
Similar to System 10, the overbench services duct and reagent shelf is supported on a double sided fixed bench in System 11. The illustrations show how the reagent shelf has either been adjusted or completely
System 9 is designed for instrument laboratories where it is desirable to access the back of instruments or benches. The instrument benches are single-sided and are separated by a service access aisle of 600 —
System 8 is designed for laboratories which require the floor to be completely free of any fixtures. Power, gases and data are provided to movable benches and floor-standing equipment from overhead pendants.
System 7 is designed for wet laboratories with manual operations requiring a continuous work surface. The fixed benching is supported on a metal frame. Flexibility in the location of knee space, drawers and cupboards is
System 6 is designed for maximum flexibility where overbench reagent shelving may be required. The only fixed elements on the laboratory floor are the metal-framed services ‘spines’ containing all the required reticulated laboratory services and