Lab Cabinets


Bare Bones Mobile Storage: A bare bones mobile storage unit is a storage cabinet with fixed bottom shelf and two sliding doors that lock with a shared lock in the center. The storage cabinet is set on casters to accommodate transport, and the top is finished with laminate and a protective vinyl edge.

Base Cabinet: A base cabinet is a low, standing-height accessible cabinet used to support science lab storage and activities. The base cabinet supports a work surface, usually made with a chemical-resistant finish.

Base Drawer Unit: Base drawer unit describes science lab base cabinets that contain drawers for storage and organizing. The drawers may have individual locks, or may be concealed behind a locking door.

Canvas Door Display Science Lab Cabinet: Canvas door display science lab cabinet refers to a tall storage cabinet with a double-door enclosure, secured by a lock. The two doors are covered in tackable canvas for additional use as a tackboard or memory board.

Clean-Up Sink Unit: A clean-up sink unit is a stationary lab product with fixed based shelf and integrated storage cabinets beneath a chemical-resistant countertop. The top features a built-in sink for clean-up support, and grooved sloping side countertop patterns for draining equipment after washing.

Combination Storage Base Unit: A combination storage base is a base cabinet unit that contains single- or double-door cabinet, drawers, and/or open-shelf cubbyholes for combined storage options.

Combination Storage Pedestal: Combination storage pedestal refers to a narrow, storage and organizing base unit that contains a combination of drawers and a single-door cabinet or open cubbyholes for mixed storage needs.

Display Doors: Display doors refer to framed, glass-panel doors that allow visibility of contents stored within the cabinet.

Double-Door Wall Cabinet: A double-door wall cabinet is a wall-mounted two-door cabinet that usually locks for security. The two, hinged doors conceal or enclose a fixed-height bottom shelf and a fixed or adjustable middle shelf in most cabinet styles. The doors may be solid wood or glass depending on the design.

Double-Door Science Lab Cabinet: Double-door science lab cabinets are two-door, often locking, storage cabinets with hinged doors that provide access to interior shelves. The bottom shelf is fixed in place, and most base-style double-door science lab cabinets have an adjustable middle shelf for customizing storage capacity.

Eye Safety Cabinet: Eye safety cabinets are designed with customized shelf sizes and spacing to accommodate protective eyewear and provide a UV lamp cleaning treatment that has a 99.2% kill rate. The UV lamp treatment takes just 5 minutes and a timer is included with the eye safety cabinet for convenience.

File Drawer Cabinet: The file drawer cabinet usually contains two or four filing drawers with individual locks for safekeeping of stored records and documents. The file drawers may accommodate letter-sized files, legal-sized files, or both.

General Storage Cabinet: A general storage cabinet is a storage cabinet with one-door or two-door enclosure, available with or without locks depending on the design, and made to accommodate a wide range of storage and organizing needs.

Glass Door Cabinet: Glass door cabinet describes science lab storage cabinets with doors that consist of wood or other material frame supporting the hinges that hold the doors to the cabinet, with a glass panel insert allowing window-viewing of stored contents.

Left-Hinge Cabinet: A left-hinge cabinet is a science lab storage cabinet with single door assembled with the hinges on the left-hand side so the door opens on the right-hand side.

Locking Steel Cabinet: Locking steel cabinets feature a variety of sizes and styles, with choice of lock for security. The steel locking cabinets may be stationary or mobile and can have solid or window-style doors depending on the design.

Microscope Storage Cabinet: Microscope storage cabinets are designed with tall shelf-height to accommodate microscopes for safe storage. Some microscope storage cabinets have integrated power support for charging rechargeable microscopes, and some cabinets are set on casters for easy mobility.

Mobile Demo Table: Mobile demo table refers to a science lab workstation unit, set on casters for mobility, and finished with a chemical-resistant countertop for use as a demonstration platform in science class or lab.

Mobile Media Cabinet: Mobile media cabinet describes a portable storage unit with locking cabinets for security and built-in power support for transporting and using electronics and media equipment.

Mobile Tote Tray Storage: Mobile tote tray storage is a mobile storage unit with integrated tray-shelf system that holds plastic, impact-resistant tote trays for organizing smaller items and supplies. The tote trays are included with the storage cabinet for convenience.

Open-Shelf Storage: Open-shelf storage consists of a sturdy frame with non-closing non-locking design. The front remains open, without a door or double-door enclosure, and the interior contains two or more shelves with fixed and/or adjustable positions for storage and organizing.

Pedestal Cabinet: Pedestal cabinets are base cabinets that resemble storage and filing pedestals typical of office furniture collections. These pedestal cabinets may contain single-door cabinet with or without a drawer positioned above, or a series of drawers for small-item storage.

Pull-Out Tray Shelf Cabinet: A pull-out tray shelf cabinet is an enclosed, usually lockable, cabinet that has tray-like shelves set on drawer slides for easy slide-out access while the shelf remains within the frame of the cabinet to support stored contents. The shelves usually feature raised edges on one or more sides to prevent items from falling.

Right-Hinge Cabinet: A right-hinge cabinet is a science lab storage cabinet with single door assembled with hinges on the right-hand side so the door opens on the left-hand side.

Rock Drawer/Paper Drawer Storage Unit: Storage units with rock drawer or paper drawer contain shallow storage drawers within the cabinet frame, contained by the hinged doors. The drawers offer convenient storage space and organizing for rocks and minerals or other supplies, or for use as paper and artwork or project storage.

Science Lab Wall-Work Counter Base: The science lab wall-work counter base is a long storage base with work surface that provides room for science equipment and supplies storage, as well as a chemical-resistant countertop for classroom and lab activities. A raised backstop edge prevents items and supply spillage off the back.

Science Lab Wall-Work Countertop Base with Sink: The science lab wall-work countertop base with sink is a wall-sized, long workstation base with chemical-resistant countertop and protective backstop edge, set on a storage and organizing base design with a sink built into the countertop for convenience.

Single-Door Science Lab Cabinet: Single-door science lab cabinet refers to tall storage cabinets with a single hinged door that opens to the right, left, or with optional right or left assembly, depending on the design. The door usually locks and can have a solid wood or glass window design. Select base cabinets are also available in single-door styles.

Single-Door Wall Cabinet: Single-door wall cabinet can refer to a wall-mounted one-door cabinet or to a tall, floor-standing one-door cabinet with hinge on the left or right side. Select cabinets offer the choice to assemble with hinge on left or right, alternatively, and these one-door cabinets may include a lock for security.

Solid Door Cabinet: Solid door cabinet describes science lab cabinets made with solid wood doors for completely concealed storage and organizing.

Stainless Steel Cabinet: Stainless steel cabinets are steel storage cabinets with stainless steel, corrosion-resistant finish, designed for durability and style. Stainless steel cabinets typically have all stainless steel components, including frame, shelves, doors, and other cabinet parts. The cabinets may be stationary or mobile and most lock for security.

Tall Storage Cabinet: Tall storage cabinets typically stand 84”-high with six fixed and/or adjustable shelves contained within a single or double door enclosure.

Tote Tray Storage Cabinet: Tote tray storage cabinets are enclosed cabinet-style storage units with shelves designed to support impact-resistant plastic tote trays, included with the purchase. The trays can be labeled for better organizing of supplies and small items.

Wall Cabinet: Wall cabinet typically refers to double-door cabinets that can be mounted to walls, usually over corresponding base cabinets for a space-saving science lab or classroom design.

Wardrobe Cabinet: A wardrobe cabinet typically refers to a double-door tall storage unit with split internal layout offering compartments, shelves, drawers, and a hanger or clothing rod for versatile wardrobe use.

1-Piece Top and Sink: The 1-piece top and sink design is typical of science lab cabinets with sink formed within the countertop, usually of black epoxy or phenolic resin. This is in contrast to the installed stainless steel sink on select cabinet designs.

2-Drawer/3-Drawer Pedestal: A 2-drawer or 3-drawer pedestal refers to a pedestal base cabinet with two filing or box drawers stacked vertically in the pedestal frame, or three drawers stacked vertically, usually with a bottom file drawer and two upper box drawers or three box drawers.


Adjustable Shelves: Adjustable shelves are interior cabinet shelves that can be moved to a variety of positions using shelf pegs or shelf pins and a series of pre-drilled holes on the inner sides of the cabinet or frame.

Bottom Vent: Bottom vents are placed in select storage units and science lab cabinets to allow airflow and circulation for protecting equipment. Bottom vents are typically found in storage and charging stations or other technology cabinets.

Box Drawer: Box drawers are shallower than file drawers and offer convenient storage and organizing of various supplies and equipment.

Built-In Power Strip: Built-in power strip indicates the inclusion of an electrical power strip in a science lab cabinet or storage unit. The power strip is often installed in a backside compartment, accessed by a rear door, and used to supply recharging power to microscopes or other equipment, depending on the furniture design.

Canvas Door Covering: Canvas door covering refers to the black canvas fabric covering tackboard-style doors on select science lab cabinets. The canvas door covering provides a tackable surface for use as a display board.

Concealed Casters: Concealed casters are mobile caster wheels attached to the base of a science lab cabinet but hidden, usually behind the toe apron or kick-plate. The design creates to look of an installed stationary furniture piece with the convenience of mobility as needed.

Connecting Hoses: Connecting hoses are used to supply water to and collect waste-water from the sink in select science lab cabinets, using two plastic bottles under the sink to hold clean water and collect the waste.

Data Ports: Data ports typically refer to USB or Ethernet ports for connecting the equipment to a power supply or computer hookup.

Duplex Outlet: A duplex outlet is an outlet arrangement with two power outlets, usually supporting two-prong and three-prong plugs.

Electronic Lock: An electronic lock is a powered lock mechanism that supports two distinct programmable passwords and retains a record of access to the cabinet. An exterior backup battery is included, and the lock can be disengaged with an included key if necessary.

Extension Cord: Extension cord is an electrical cord that reaches nearby wall or floor outlets to supply power to a built-in power strip or other electrical unit in a science lab cabinet.

File Drawer: File drawers are slightly taller than box drawers, with integrated rails for supporting hanging file folders.

Fixed Shelf: Fixed shelf describes a shelf that has one position and cannot be adjusted. In standard science lab cabinets, the base shelf is always fixed because it is part of the overall frame. In taller cabinets and open-shelf units, a middle shelf is usually fixed, as well as the base shelf, to enhance stability and support of the frame.

Full Piano Hinges: Full piano hinges refer to hinges that resemble the traditional connecting hinge used to hold piano covers to the piano frame. The full piano hinge extends from one edge of a cabinet door to the other, usually running vertically from top to bottom for lasting strength and support.

GFI-Protected AC Duplex Electrical Outlet: GFI-protected AC duplex electrical outlet refers to a ground-fault interrupter outlet that provides electricity to equipment but cuts power when the electrical circuit is uneven to prevent electric shock and damage to equipment.

Gooseneck Faucet: Gooseneck faucet describes the curved water faucet fixture on science lab cabinets with sinks, resembling the neck of a goose or swan, and providing increased access to the water with larger beakers and equipment.

Hanger Bar: A hanger bar is a round, smooth, often metal rod found within wardrobe units. It is designed to support clothing hangers for neat storage.

Heavy-Duty Swivel Casters: Heavy-duty swivel casters are durable, strong, supportive caster wheels that rotate 360° for easier movement and maneuvering.

Hot/Cold Fixtures: Hot/cold fixtures refer to the water faucet fixture on select science lab cabinets with sinks, allowing connection to hot and cold water supplies.

Individual Locks: Individual locks refer to locks placed on each individual drawer and cabinet door of a storage unit. The locks are usually keyed alike, but provide the benefit of access to one compartment at a time.

Inlet Plug: An inlet plug typically refers to the port where the power cord connects to the main equipment.

Interior Cable Management: Interior cable management refers to the integrated ability to organize power cables and other connections for a neater setup with modern technology. The interior cable management may be grommet holes and cutouts for wire pass-through, or complete systems with built-in channels and cable storage.

LED Meter: LED meter is a light indicator included with charging stations such as those for rechargeable microscopes. The LED meter shows the charging status to indicate when microscopes are charging or fully charged.

Locking Casters: Locking casters are caster wheels with a parking brake-style lock that can be engaged to create a stationary position of the cabinet or cart.

Monitor Arm: A monitor arm is a mounting assembly used to support a computer monitor.

Optional Mirror: Optional mirror refers to the framed mirror available for use with the uprights and crossbar on select science lab cabinets and workstations. The mirror provides additional viewing support for classroom and lab demonstrations.

Optional Mirror/Markerboard: The optional mirror/markerboard is a framed, two-sided visual display component available for use with the uprights and crossbar on science lab cabinets and workstations. The component has a mirror on one side and a white, dry-erase board on the other for use in classroom and lab settings to provide information, instruction, and demonstration support.

Optional Steel Legs: Optional steel legs are legs that raise the base of select cabinets, usually stainless steel cabinets. The legs are composed of steel and provide several inches of added height to the overall cabinet when used.

Paddle Lock Handle: Paddle lock handle describes a combination lock and door handle with a square-style element that is lifted or pulled to open the doors. The lock is built into the handle and prevents access when engaged.

Polyethylene Water/Waste Bottles: Polyethylene water/waste bottles refer to the two plastic containers under the sink in select science lab cabinet designs, used to supply water and collect waste via connecting hoses.

Propane Burner with Stand: Propane burner with stand indicates the inclusion of a burner-style unit that connects to propane tanks for use in science lab and classroom experiments. The stand is a flame-safe stand that supports the beaker or other equipment for heating.

Rear Doors: Rear doors are usually used to conceal and protect integrated power strip or charging system in a storage and charging science lab cabinet unit.

Recessed handles: Recessed handles are handles set within the surface of doors or drawers, creating a smooth profile rather than a three-dimensional handle design.

Recessed Tow Apron: A recessed toe apron generally refers to the kickplate or moulding found at the base of many science lab cabinets. Usually covered in a protective rubber strip to add durable impact-resistance to the design. The recessed position indicates the toe apron is set back slightly from the edges of the main cabinet frame, allowing students and instructors to stand closer to the countertop work surface for improved safety.

Shared Lock: A shared lock is a single lock that secures two or more doors or drawers within a single storage unit. Science lab cabinets with two sliding doors often have a shared lock that is engaged at the center of the cabinet, where the two sliding doors overlap when both are closed.

Sliding Doors: Sliding doors are typically two door panels set in tracks made within the front of a science lab cabinet frame to allow the door panels to slide left or right, with one set in front of the other to slightly overlap.

Solid Maple Doors: Solid maple doors refer to real maple wood doors concealing the storage compartment of a solid maple wood science lab cabinet. The maple wood doors are usually finished in a natural maple or light wood tone color and protected with lacquer, topcoat, or other protective finish.

Solid Oak Doors: Science lab cabinets with solid oak doors have solid, concealing doors, composed of oak wood, and often finished in a natural oak wood tone and protected with topcoat, lacquer, or other finish.

Stainless Steel Sink: Stainless steel sink indicates the sink in the science lab cabinet is a separate, installed or installable component, made of steel alloy designed to resist rusting, corrosion, staining, and other damage with normal use.

Tackboard Doors: Tackboard doors are cabinet doors that accommodate pushpins, tacks, and staples to display signs, memos, or other information. The tackboard doors are usually tackable on both sides, or the inside only.

Top Backsplash: Top backsplash describes the raised panel along the back edge of a science lab cabinet work surface, providing a supportive “stop” to prevent spills and items from falling behind the cabinet. The top backsplash is usually finished in laminate or designed with epoxy resin or phenolic resin to match the work surface.

Turret with Gas Valve: Turret with gas valve refers to the cone-shaped gas nozzle on select science lab cabinets and furniture, with a turn-style valve that allows access to gas or turns off gas when finished.

Wide-Swing Doors: Wide-swing doors are cabinet doors that open beyond 180° to allow full access to cabinet interior with greater ease.

3-Point Locking System: A 3-point locking system describes a security feature with keyed lock that engages a lock mechanism in a central location where the key inserts. Rods within the storage compartment extend into the top and bottom frame panels when the lock is engaged to provide enhanced security.

Base Cabinet

Base Cabinet

Canvas Door Display Science Lab Cabinet

Canvas Door Display Science Lab Cabinet

Double-Door Wall Cabinet

Double-Door Wall Cabinet

General Storage Cabinet

General Storage Cabinet

Locking Steel Cabinet

Locking Steel Cabinet

Mobile Demo Table

Mobile Demo Table

Science Lab Wall-Work Counter Base

Science Lab Wall-Work Counter Base

Wardrobe Cabinet

Wardrobe Cabinet

1-Piece Top and Sink

1-Piece Top and Sink

Recessed Tow Apron

Recessed Tow Apron

Top Backsplash

Top Backsplash

Construction Materials

Acid-Resistant Laminate: Acid-resistant laminate refers to the laminate tops of select science lab cabinet collections with enhanced durability to resist contact with typical science classroom and science lab chemicals and acids.

Acid-Resistant Phenolic Resin: Acid-resistant phenolic resin refers to the phenolic resin countertops and components of select science lab cabinet collections offering durable support with a chemical-resistant acid-resistant work surface that maintains shape and quality with regular use.

Baked-On Enamel Paint Finish: Baked-on enamel paint finish is a paint finish, usually applied to steel or metal components, and baked to cure for a hard, durable protective coating. The baked-on enamel finish often has a glossy appearance.

Chemical-Resistant UV Finish: Chemical-resistant UV finish refers to a variety of clear topcoat-style finishes that are cured by a UV light to form a hard protective finish that endures contact with regular science lab chemicals, substances, and cleaning products.

Chemical-Resistant Wood Finish: Chemical-resistant wood finish generally refers to the topcoat protecting wood-stained science lab cabinet components. The finish protects from contact with cleaning products and typical science lab and classroom substances.

Dovetailed Drawers: Dovetail drawers refer to drawers designed with traditional woodwork connections. The corner joints are made by forming fan-shaped or dovetail cutouts along conjoining pieces and fitting the cutouts together to form a durable connection that resists simply pulling apart.

Drop-Leaf Extensions: Drop-leaf extensions are the hinged shelf or countertop panels at the ends of a science lab cabinet that allow use as countertop extensions when in the open or up position, and fold down against the sides of the cabinet base when not in use.

Environmentally Friendly Powder-Coat Paint Finish: Environmentally friendly powder-coat paint finish describes a powdered paint applied to steel or other metal components of science lab cabinets and furniture, cured for a smooth or textured powdery finish that endures regular use in lasting quality style.

Epoxy Resin Top: Epoxy resin top describes the black countertop composed of epoxy resin for a chemical-resistant and durable work surface for science lab and classroom use. The epoxy resin design retains chemical-resistant properties, endures contact with heat and moisture, and resists delamination or other signs of wear and damage.

Flat-Panel Monitor Cutout: The flat-panel monitor cutout is an opening found in the top work surface of select science lab cabinet units, covered by a Plexiglas panel to allow access and viewing of the monitor when in the compartment. The panel can be removed to raise the monitor for above worktop viewing, and a phenolic resin or other panel matching the work surface finish is included for when the monitor compartment is not used.

Framed Glass Doors: Framed glass doors describes the glass cabinet doors on select science lab cabinets with wood frames to support the glass panels and the hinged connections to the cabinet frame.

Full-Extension Drawer Slides: Full-extension drawer slides are the metal assembly tracks that support drawers in a science lab cabinet that allow the drawers to slide completely open while maintaining connection with the drawer slides.

Ganging Options: Ganging options refer to a variety of connecting devices and features that allow two or more science lab cabinets and furniture products to join in fixed configurations. Ganging brackets or devices may be included with each product or sold separately depending on the furniture design.

Grooved Sloping Counter: Grooved sloping counter refers to the side countertops with centered sink on select science lab cabinets, providing a grooved surface with inward-angle slope to allow drip and air-drying after washing supplies.

High-Pressure Laminate Top: High-pressure laminate top refers to science lab countertops finished in multiple layers with durable laminate applied under heat and pressure. The finished top surface is scratch-resistant, as well as stain and heat resistant for a lasting appearance. High-pressure laminate offers limited resistance to contact with some standard chemical. Substances.

HPL Top: HPL top refers to science lab countertops finished with high-pressure laminate.

Leveling Glides: Leveling glides are adjustable or self-adjusting leg or base enhancers that increase contact with floor surfaces for reduced wobbling or other unwanted movement when placed on uneven floors.

Lip Edges: Lip edges are edges of a shelf or other platform surface that are raised to prevent items from sliding off.

Maple Plywood: Maple plywood is a core panel made from thin slices of solid maple wood. The slices are bonded together in layers under pressure, with the wood grain patterns alternating for increased strength. The result is a durable wood core panel with strength and shape that last.

Maple Veneers: Maple veneers are thin slices of solid hardwood maple, stained to the desired color and applied to furniture with laminate, under heat and pressure, for a long-lasting bond and attractive wood furniture finish.

Molded Polyolefin: Molded polyolefin is a durable plastic polymer with versatile chemical resistance. The polyolefin can be molded like other plastics, and often welded when pieces require joining for lasting assembly.

Plexiglas Panel: Plexiglas panel refers to the included, clear Plexiglas piece that covers the monitor cutout. An alternative panel is included that matches the countertop finish and design for use when the monitor cutout compartment is not used.

Solid Oak Construction: Solid oak construction describes science lab cabinets built using solid oak wood components, usually finished in a light oak wood-tone and protected with chemical-resistant topcoat.

Solid Maple Construction: Solid maple construction indicates the use of solid maple wood in the construction of the base cabinet of select science lab cabinet products. The wood is often finished in a light natural maple wood-tone and protected with chemical-resistant topcoat.

Oak Plywood: Oak plywood is a core panel designed from thin slices of solid oak, layered with the wood grain patterns alternating, and bonded together under pressure for a dense, durable board.

Oak Veneers: Oak veneers are made from real solid oak wood, cut into very thin sheets or slices and stained to provide the desired color effect. The thin oak slices are then bonded to the surface of select wood furniture products for lasting appearance.

Phenolic Resin Top: The phenolic resin top is a durable, chemical-resistant work surface designed in black for classic science lab appearance. The solid composite countertop resists damage from standard science classroom and lab chemicals, with chemical-resistance throughout the thickness of the countertop panels. The phenolic resin also resists scratching and etching from regular use and cleanup.

PVC Edge: PVC edge is a PVC plastic band customized to fit the edges of a laminate-finished countertop and applied around the edges to support the overall design, protect the finish, provide a smooth look and feel, and offer impact-resistance against everyday bumps and use.

Radius Corners: Radius corners are a design feature that removes the sharp angles of traditional corners by rounding the shape for a smoother, safer look and feel.

Removable Shelf Dividers: Removable shelf dividers are divider components found within the cabinet frame, allowing divisions and organizing of individual shelves. The dividers are removable for full-shelf use.

Rubber Base Moulding: Rubber base moulding describes a black rubber panel installed around the base, providing protection from spills and cleanup. The rubber moulding also provides enhanced durability and impact-resistance to protect from contact with feet and shoes.

Safety Glass: Safety glass is tempered, chemically treated glass that offers increased strength and durability as well as the enhanced safety feature of breaking into granules instead of dangerous pieces if broken.

Steel Drawer Interiors: Steel drawer interiors are science lab cabinet drawers made with steel pieces for the bottom, back, and sides. The front of the drawer may also be steel depending on the design.

Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is chemically treated to increase strength for safer use in cabinet and furniture designs. The tempered glass, if broken, shatters into small granules rather than larger, dangerous shards.

Top Options: Top options refer to the choice of laminate, phenolic resin, or epoxy resin for the countertop design of many science lab cabinets, as well as the options for colors and patterns available on some models. The top options come with varying degrees of resistance to standard science lab chemicals and substances, offering affordable cabinet and work surface designs for different budgets and needs.

Uprights & Crossbar: Uprights and crossbar describe the metal posts that install in rod sockets on the countertops of select science lab cabinets, designed to hold a mirror, monitor, or other optional components for added functional support. The crossbar is a rod that runs parallel to the countertop surface, connecting to one or two upright rods for support.

Vinyl Edge: Vinyl edge is a custom-made band of impact-resistant vinyl applied to the edges of some laminate-finished countertops for a finished look, smooth feel, and added support.

Welded Frame: Welded frame typically refers to a steel science lab cabinet frame that is welded by the manufacturer for lasting connection and support.


ANSI/BIFMA: ANSI/BIFMA refers to the verification that the science lab cabinet furniture meets requirements and standards set by the American National Standards Institute and the Business and Industrial Furniture Manufacturers Association.

Anti-Tip Mechanism: Anti-tip mechanism typically describes a drawer access feature that allows only one drawer to open at a time, reducing tipping of the storage unit by retaining balance.

Double-Sided Access: Double-sided access refers to the ability to access contents of a science lab cabinet base from the front and the back through two sets of access doors or panels.

Earth-Friendly UV Finish: Earth-friendly UV finish is a UV-activated topcoat-style finish that meets the requirements to be labeled as an environmentally friendly finish. These are often aqueous coating-style finishes, or lacquers deemed eco-friendly.

Green Features: Green features indicate the use of recycled or eco-friendly materials and/or the production of a recyclable furniture product.

Hutch: A hutch is an enhancement feature for many base cabinets and workstations that provides increased storage capacity in a vertical assembly for space-saving setup and use. The hutch can be open-shelf or enclosed, with and without locks, and typically mounts to the top work surface of a base cabinet or other base unit.

Low-Temperature Countertop Strength: Low-temperature countertop strength refers to the durability of a countertop to withstand colder temperatures.

SEFA: SEFA is the Scientific Equipment and Furniture Association; an organization that sets standards and verifies products are constructed and designed with consistent quality and meet the needs of their intended use.

UL Listed: UL listed indicates the science lab cabinet meets standards of design and quality set by Underwriters Laboratories. The UL listing is typically found on furniture that contains electrical outlets, surge protectors, power strips, or other technology equipment support features.

Weight Capacity: Weight capacity indicates the maximum amount of weight, evenly distributed, that a cabinet, shelf, or other storage or workstation unit can support at a given time. Exceeding the listed weight capacity can void a warranty and result in damage to the furniture or storage unit, damage to the equipment used, or injury to users and passersby.

120 Door Swing: 120 door swing typically refers to cabinet doors that open 120° rather than the complete 180° open position or the wide-swing style doors that open beyond 180°.

270 Door Swing: 270 door swing typically refers to cabinet doors that open 270° from the start/closed position, well beyond the normal 180° opening. The wider opening of the doors allows easier access to contents of the cabinet.