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BenchPro™ R-Series Workbenches

BenchPro R-Series Value Line Workbench with Accessories
BenchPro Workbenches

BenchPro™ Value Line Workbenches (R-Series)

BenchPro™ R-Series workbenches feature folded steel leg design, making them one of the most affordable workbenches on the market!

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(1) Earthquake safe light and bracket mounts.
(2) Standard adjustable top shelf.
(3) Adjustable bin box rail.
(4) UL listed power strips available in many lengths & designs.
(5) 14 gauge steel legs.
(6) 250 lb. capacity upright sets.
(7) 1.25" thick solid core steel reinforced top.
(8) Adjustable work surface from 30" to 36".
(9) Drawers with full extension chrome plated ball bearing slides.

Other accessories also available. See below for workbench assembly instructions.

*Benches over 72" long are built with a third support leg in the middle for required support.
Request a Free Quote or Shop Online. Begin by choosing a work surface:
Formica Laminate Worksurfaces
ESD Laminate Worksurfaces
Cleanroom Laminate Worksurfaces
Phenolic Resin Worksurfaces
Stainless Steel Worksurfaces
Butcher Block Worksurfaces

Formica™ Laminate

Formica™ is the heaviest grade laminate available today and used in all standard applications.

ESD Laminate

ESD Laminate is used for applications where delicate electronics could be damaged by static charge.

Cleanroom Laminate

Cleanroom Laminate is sealed on all sides to reduce contamination and is rated for Class 100 environments.

Phenolic Resin

Phenolic Resin is durable nonporous, making it moisture and chemical resistant and easy to clean.

Stainless Steel

These worksurfaces have a particle board core wrapped in 18 gauge type 304 brushed stainless steel.

Butcher Block

Butcher Block worksurfaces are recommended where heavy use requires a durable material.

BenchPro™ is the only national workbench manufacturer that welds the frame together and assembles it to the top.

1. Place the bench box on top of a table or other elevated surface to make work easier. Now open the flaps on the box, fold them down, but do not remove the box.

2. Find the predrilled holes at each end of the top which match the hole pattern in the upper frame. Insert screws in every hole.

3. Slide the adjustable leg set into the upper bracket until it is in position to give you the desired height. Attach with fasteners provided. Tighten securely.

4. Insert leveling glides.

5. Have someone help you turn it over.

6. Line-up and install leg reinforcing bar across the back legs. Attach with fasteners provided. Tighten securely.

7. Slide leg reinforcing bars into position. You're done!