The simple media connections of the individual laboratory workstations enable rapid adaptation during ongoing laboratory operation. This reduces downtime during the redesign phase from several weeks to a few days.




Our laboratory furniture system enables Savings in capital expenditures due to multiple usability and adaptive accessories




Our lab workstations standardized as products allow you to easily expand your lab as well as fast installation times thanks to pre-assembled “plug-and-play systems”.






Our laboratory benches have special feet with integrated anti-vibration pads and can be easily lowered by users onto heavy-duty casters for easy movement of the bench.

Reduces complexity

The vertical media feed from the ceiling to each individual laboratory bench allows individual laboratory segments to be replaced during ongoing laboratory operation. The standardized dimensions of 1500×750 mm ensured that freed-up space can be filled at any time by laboratory benches of the same size or large equipment such as microbiological safety cabinets, ultra-low temperature refrigerators, etc.



Thanks to a welded frame, our laboratory benches have a load capacity of min. 350kg and are already designed for adaptations and redesigns and reduce planning and planning and assembly effort.

This results in a sustainable system in terms of reducing CO2 emissions and raw material consumption by avoiding unnecessary new production.





Laboratory adaptations can be implemented quickly and easily by the user and components can be added, moved or removed by simple hand movements. The bright and attractive appearance creates an attractive laboratory environment.

In short: A user-friendly and modern laboratory system for tomorrow’s requirements.


Enlightend Workflow

Natural Light

Daylighting is the controlled entry of natural light into a building. The use of daylighting allows occupants to dim or turn off a building's electric lights to save energy. We are understanding these curcumstances and try to aply that into our planing process.

Room for more

Open spaces

Open plan or open floor plan is defined as any floor plan which makes use of large, open spaces and minimizes the use of small, enclosed rooms. A term used in architectural and interior design, open plan is a trending approach at designing an interactive workspace with fewer walls.

Changing and challenging lab environment

Full flexibility

All furniture, irrespective of size and height, should be mobile to allow independent movement for delivery, positioning and any future relocation.

Working together

Collaborative spaces

Developing a collaborative culture with open work spaces that enable visibility , communication, and interaction in order to drive innovation.

Minimizing costs

Cost effective

Optimizing space requirements allows greater investment in people and resources