Stainless steel work bench with hinged double doors and three side drawers. Worktop with raised border for holding the liquid and no sharp edges to allow the perfect removal of any radioactive residuals. Lower containment compartment sealed to prevent the leakage of liquids. Hinged front door with a key lock. Outriggers allow the approach to the posterior wall, within rooms with floor decontaminable.
Stainless steel is an extremely tough and highly durable material with high impact resistance. Part of the reason for this is that stainless steel has low susceptibility to brittleness at high and low temperatures. Not only does this mean that the material will retain its shape, but it means at its melting point it can be more easily welded, cut, fabricated etc as we do in the manufacture of balustrades for example. Interestingly, it’s also a material that’s commonly used in cryogenic applications given its strength in cold working conditions showing again just how strong a material it is.