When looking for industrial work tables, there are a lot of components to consider. You’ve probably noticed this already – considering the vast number of choices on the market from a variety of work table manufacturers.
Choosing which one works best for your space depends on how you want the table to be used and how well it should function in your space. This includes reviewing components such as the materials used to construct the table and any accessories that help meet your needs.
The construction quality of your industrial work table matters, especially if you’re looking for a durable and long-lasting option for your workspace.
One important component of your table you should look for is how a piece is welded. Welding plays a critical role in supporting the weight that many industrial work table surfaces must handle.
Typical office cubicle work surfaces in a non-industrial office environment, for example, are constructed with laminate and wood composite material, with metal legs or cantilevers connected to cubicle panels to provide support. While this may work fine in an office that only needs to support a couple hundred pounds of weight, it won’t work in an industrial or laboratory setting.