Lab 20 Cr.Cotton W/T 3050x760x20mm
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Lab 20 Cr.Cotton W/T 3050x760x20mm

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Lab20® has been developed as a laboratory work surface for the high demands of the education and healthcare sectorA solid surface which is highly chemical resistant, giving all the benefits of solid surfacing at a reduced costSeamless joints, homogenousHigh impact resistanceGraffiti resistantNon-porous. naturally resistant to mould, bacteria and mildewScratch resistant but scratch proofEdged with downturn on 3 sidesEasy to repair, clean and maintainClass 1 fire rating10 Year limited manufacturer’s warrantyPrices include delivery to a UK mainland trade address
  • Crushed cotton Lab20¬¨¬®‚àö√ú worktop
  • Length: 3050 mm
  • Depth: 760 mm
  • Thickness: 20.0 mm
  • Material: Solid acrylic sheet
  • Colour: Crushed cotton
  • Note: Measuring up:Lab20¬¨¬®‚àö√ú solid surface can expand as much as 1 mm/mtr. Always allow a gap of at least 3 mm if for example, worktops are captive between wallsTolerance is ¬¨¬®¬¨¬±2 mmSplashbacks and upstands over 100 mm high must have a minimum gap from the face to the rear of the hob - electric 50 mm, gas 100 mmAllow a minimum 50 mm from the cut-out to the front edgeWhereas possible, joints in worktops should fall on a carcass and panel, giving added support to a jointJoints should be a minimum of 100 mm from the sink or 120 mm from a hob cut-outAllow a minimum of 120 mm between heated cut-outsStainless steel sink cut-outs to manufacturer‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö¬•s recommendationsOverhangs in excess of 300 mm should be supported and the worktop should supported every 600 mmA gap of at least 3 mm should be left at each end of the worktop and filled with decorators caulkWhen joined to other materials (such as glass, steel or wood) an elastic type of adhesive, for example polyurethane, is required to let parts expand and contract freelyHobs must be integrated into a Lab20¬¨¬®‚àö√ú work surface according to specified guidelinesInstallation:Plastering or tiling should be completed after installationRegular use of the care and maintenance kit should be ensure worktops stay in good conditionInstallation is relatively easy, for either a competent DIY enthusiast or recognised kitchen installer to carry outNo specialist tooling required. Can be cut using normal woodworking routers and bladesPlan the worktop layout to ensure joints don‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö¬•t fall on or within 100 mm cut-outs
  • Order reference: Jointing glue to be ordered separately