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Industrial work benches are a type of work bench specifically created for industrial settings. These benches are made from heavier materials than home benches, and are made to withstand the rigors of everyday industrial work processes. There are a variety of industrial benches ranging from benches designed for painters to benches designed to create complicated wood pieces. No matter what use you will give your bench, there are some universal considerations that will ensure you receive the best bench for the job every time.

Sizing: The size of your bench is extremely important. The height should fit the process that will be done on the bench. If the bench is meant to be used standing, it should be higher than a bench used while seated. The length is also important. Longer benches provide more workspace, but smaller benches take up less space.

Sturdiness: The sturdiness of the bench is also important. Some industrial work benches manufacturers make standard sturdy benches for lighter uses and other heavyweight benches designed for the toughest industrial uses that will withstand nearly anything.

Foot support: Foot support is necessary for any standing bench. Different mats and cushions can help provide necessary comfort to employees as they work. Rubber mats provide both cushioning and simple cleaning, which is often ideal in industrial settings.

Lighting: All work stations need enough light to complete the process without causing eye strain. Overhead lights are enough for some processes, but other processes, such as detail work, may require additional lights placed on the bench itself to keep the work area sufficiently brightened.

Surfaces: Work benches come in a variety of materials, including wood, plastic, and metal. Depending on the use for the bench, the material you choose will vary. Metal benches are more durable, but wood and plastic benches can provide more traction for equipment.