The S+B Column System
The Exemplaire Column leg frame system provides worktop support independent of under bench storage cabinetry. Push under or suspended storage cabinetry can be quickly and easily rearranged to provide our clients with more flexibility than is the case with a fixed Pedestal System.
Designed for laboratories with flexibility in mind
The tough, durable Cantilever leg support is constructed from 70mm x 40mm x 12swg, which in combination with the unique angled fascia rail and rear bracing rail will support a static load of 100kg per square metre of worktop.
The whole system is finished in an easy to clean and chemically resistant epoxy powder coat with excellent resistance to knocks and wearing.
The Exemplaire Column System combines heavy duty functionality with attractive contemporary styling. The system demonstrates that it is possible to have a product with a functional life span of more than 25 years, but without the old fashioned workshop appearance apparent in other more basic systems.
The leg incorporates an adjustable height foot to counter uneven floor surfaces.
The system facilitates either push under storage cabinetry or suspended units which can traverse the full bench length free of obstruction and interruption.
Heavy duty laboratory furniture with contemporary styling
A range of heights are available to suit all applications and the most widely used standing height of 950mm will allow refrigerators and other such free standing equipment to slide under easily and to relocate without having to re-configure the fascia rail.
Legs can be arranged to support perimeter benching of differing lengths and depths and fixed back to back to support island and peninsula benches of differing widths.
The Exemplaire Column System can be supplied with or without storage cabinetry, which can be added at a later date as applications change or when budget allows.
Push under and suspended storage cabinets include cupboards, drawer packs, sink units, tray units, waste bin units, acid and solvent storage/recovery units.