NSS 3001 WORKING TABLE
- We are a reputed entity in the industry, actively engaged in offering an optimum quality range of SS Working Table
- AISI 304 quality stainless steel construction, designed for laboratories, surgery and intervention rooms
- 60mm upraised back edge
- Three side covered bottom shelf
- Adjustable four legs
- Stainless steel main structure
- Optimum load bearing capacity
- Mpeccable finish
- Elevated durability
- Multipurpose stainless steel table
- Top reinforced with welded “hat” channel frame Sound-deadening tape between channel frame and top
- Gussets are recessed into channel frame to prevent lateral movement
- Ends are turned down 90 degrees providing flush installation
- Customizable storage with an adjustable shelf
- All edges are finished to provide safety
- H/L finished stainless steel top
- Table top with barriers
- Four rotil feet for floor stabilization
- Maximum weight capacity 330 lbs
- Easy to assemble
Why Stainless Steel?
The medical industry has the most stringent standards of sanitation in design and execution. Due to the prevalence of medical malpractice lawsuits, anything that comes into contact with patients in any way or that is surgically implanted into their bodies must be 100% sanitary and must work perfectly 100% of the time.
Stainless steel is the best material for a host of medical applications because of its versatility and the difficulty that microorganisms have colonising on its surface. Consequently, stainless steel is ubiquitous in the manufacture of medical devices. Grade 304 stainless steel is the grade most commonly used.
Characteristics of Grade 304 Stainless Steel in Medical Devices
Grade 304 is strong and durable but also highly workable. This makes it a great material for sinks, pans, bowls, hollow ware and other medical vessels. Due to its low yield strength and high potential for elongation, grade 304 stainless steel is easily formed into complex shapes without going through the process of annealing.
Uses for Grade 304 Stainless Steel
Uses for grade 304 stainless steel include: orthopaedic implants, precision stainless steel tubing, bone fixation, artificial heart valves, containers for chemicals and other hazardous materials, tools, wires, curettes, plates, prostheses, screws, syringes, needles, catheters and sensor probes. Office uses include sinks, tables, bowls, knives and trays.