Worktops provide a solid and stable workspace for wood workers, mechanics, hobbyists, repair workers, packers and many other applications. Worktops are most commonly made from either wood or metal, within these two materials, a range of variations can be found. Within wooden worktops both solid and plywood constructions are available as well as laminated particle board.
When working with liquids, always consider the type of worktop on your workbench. Unlike metal worktops, wooden worktops can be susceptible to liquid damage. When working with liquids and oils, consider a metal worktop that is easy to clean down and that will not face long term degradation due to your natural working conditions.

Worktop materials:
• Hardwood ply
• Laminated particle board
• Steel

Worktops come in a range of sizes to suit either workbench frame kits or as a replacement top for an existing workbench you may already have. Plywood worktops are suitable to be cut down if a fixed size is too big though cut edges should be treated to prevent from any moisture damage over time. Laminated particle board worktops can also be cut though due to their construction it is not advised as the newly cut exposed edge will not have the plastic facing to protect it.

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RS Stock No. 135-7359
Mfr. Part No.TT12075-ESD
ESD Bench Top - 1200mm 750mm 25mm
RS Stock No. 135-7360
Mfr. Part No.TT12075-HPL
Laminate Bench Top Plastic (Edge) 1200mm 750mm 25mm