PHENOLIC RESIN COUNTERTOPS
COUNTERTOPS & WORKBENCHES
Phenolic resin laboratory countertops are similar to epoxy resin countertops. Phenolic Resin is constructed of saturated melamine resins and layers of phenolic impregnated kraft paper. The melamine resin produces a very durable thermoset plastic when combined with formaldehyde. This nonabsorbent countertop provides a unique appearance and high resistance to chemicals. Select sizes in stock. Contact your Tops Consultant to start.
Phenolic resin tops lead time for standard size and colors (black, white, grey) is 3 weeks. Custom colors may take up to 4-5 weeks.
* Phenolic tops lead time for standard sizes and colors (black & gray) is 4-8 weeks.
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Phenolic Resin Countertop Properties
|Material||Paper & resin based|
|Corrosive Resistance||Moderate to High|
|Carbon-based Resistance||Moderate to High|
|Lead Time||1 - 3 weeks - Select sizes in stock|
Colors for Chemical Resistant Phenolic Resin Tops
Colors for Standard Phenolic Resin Tops
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Phenolic Resin Countertops Applications
Phenolic Resin counter tops are commonly used in numerous industrial processing labs, agriculture, water
treatment facilities, photography labs, R&D and testing laboratories, as well as pharmaceutical and health
care lab applications, such as radiology, microbiology, biochemical, hematology, and urology labs.
Phenolic Resin Countertop Drafting Requirements
How to Clean Phenolic Resin Countertops?
- Wipe up spills immediately using a soft cloth.
- Perform daily cleaning using a soft cloth and a gentle cleaning agent solution, such as Simple Green. Buff dry with a soft cloth or chamois to avoid water spotting.
- A small amount of Murphy’s Oil or finish oil (mineral oil) can be applied using a clean rag to shine the surface. Buff with a chamois cloth.
- Residues on the surface due to dragging metals across the surface (known as marring) can be removed by scrubbing with a soft cloth and a soap and water solution.
- Difficult cases may require acetone or even the use of a light duty Scotchbrite Pad (soaked in fluid, never dry). Steam cleaning is another alternative for removing organic compound stains. For tougher cases, leave detergent or a mixture of detergent and water on the surface overnight. Light abrasive cleaners or pads may be used occasionally for tougher stains while remaining attentive not to damage the surface.
- For built-up residues, such as wax or paraffin, use a plastic or wooden spatula to carefully remove the built-up material, and clean the remaining stain with one of the methods mentioned above.