i-Desk Solutions introduces the i-lab. A bespoke workbench for the Science & Educational laboratory environments.
i-desk® Solutions is a UK designer, manufacturer, and installer of bespoke Science and Laboratory furniture solutions. Our unique i-lab bench designs and clever integration of computers, cable management systems create more surface workspace whilst having the latest technology available on the workbench itself. Your IT equipment is locked securely within the bench and easily accessible for maintenance or upgrades. i-desk® lab benches incorporate the Trespa TopLab®PLUS worktops with a 10-year guarantee, offering superior performance, inherent antibacterial properties and high resistance to a wide range of aggressive chemicals. Our unique design also includes specialist seals and sealants to reduce damage caused by chemical or liquid spills.
The i-lab is offered in a range of decorative work surfaces impregnated with thermosetting resins layers and available in Standard and Fire Retardant Grades. Water, gas, and electrics modules are all carefully and safely incorporated into our Lab benches enhancing the user experience and making them ideal for any laboratory or educational environment. In addition to the highly innovative i-lab range, we can design matching and sympathetic lab furniture be it for the Teacher, Tutor or Lab Technician tailored to the specific user including secure storage units.
i-desk® is a leading provider of ICT-furniture solutions Manufacturing in the UK since 1999 and still focused on improving the performance of ICT in a diverse range of office, home, educational and laboratory environments.
i-desk® partners with a number of key business and technology names in the manufacture and distribution of its product range.
A solutions provider, i-desk® forms close working relationships with customers from concept through to completion and beyond, to consistently deliver high-quality intelligent solutions for the future.
For further information please contact i-desk Solutions:
Tel: +44 (0) 1889 837 730