EMIR benches are built to order and fitted out to suit each customer’s application. The designs illustrated have proved over the years to suit most requirements. The construction of the solid beech benches is by drawbolted mortise and tenon joints, giving the strength to withstand racking forces.
The timber is close grained, splinter resistant and hardwearing. The design is based on interchangeable components that can be assembled to a multitude of sizes, making them suitable for all workshops. The underframe configuration can be adapted to maximise strength, storage space or access for seated work.
This arrangement allows easier access for the seated or wheelchair user
The top is the standard braced beech top
Can be fitted with metalwork vices
Can be provided with angle iron to protect the edges
Provides the stability needed to control delicate work
Strong enough to withstand the pounding and racking of heavy crafts
Accepts engineer’s vices
Can be used as a vibration-absorbing base for bench mounted machines and instruments
Can be fitted with either wood or metalwork vices
Durable enough for industrial purposes
The standard braced top manufactured from ex 50mm bonded beech
Tongue and grooved to ex 80mm end bracing to maintain flatness