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Workstations - Eagle MHC - Facility Management Product Release
The stainless steel worktables and workstations are designed for Class 1 to Class 100,000 cleanroom operations. They are constructed of type 304 18-8 stainless steel and feature stainless-steel, hat-channel framing. Solid-top or perforated-top models with laminar perforations of 3/4-inch on 1-inch centers are available.
Electropolished finishes for electronic and computer applications are available on tables 36-96 inches wide, and 24-, 30- or 36-inches deep.
Stationary and mobile open-wire worktables are available. They offer 62 percent laminar flow and have a load-bearing capacity of 800 pounds. No special tools are required to assemble the worktables. Flexible-height overshelves have posts numbered in 1-inch increments to make quicker shelf adjustments.
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