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Lab Stools and Science Stools

Lab Stools and Science Stools

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Stools are typically used in school science labs, but have many uses beyond a science lab stool. While there are fixed height stools available in several fixed heights, the adjustable height stools create a dynamic seating solution. Adjustable lab stools are excellent when working at unusual height tables such as science lab tables. Lab stools usually come with standard masonite seats, but features can be added to create padded seat stools, wooden seat stools, stools with backrests or stools with glides. For a splash of color, choose either a solid plastic stool or a soft plastic stool that feature colored seats and backs. Metal lab stools have enamel or powder-coated frames that range in color and are welded to withstand use as classroom stools or school science stools. Solid oak stools are all wood and are available in several sizes for use by a range of lab students. If you are not finding the lab stool you are looking for, check out our popular drafting stools and popular medical stools for additional seating options.

TIP: Always keep in mind the height of the table or work surface that the stool will be used at and allow at least 8 or 9 inches of space from the table top and the top of the stool seat.

The Worthington Direct school furniture website features secure online ordering and tools to calculate shipping rates, but if you have any questions or would like a volume quote, please call us at 800-599-6636 and speak directly to one of our experienced furniture specialists.

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