The most common, versatile and oldest material that is used for making furniture is wood. Almost all varieties of furniture can be made of wood. Wood is a soft material and can be easily shaped. The finish obtained is very good and occasional polishing can make it look like new at all times. All laboratory furniture is designed to be both functional and attractive. The materials and components we use are all researched for their chemical resistance, heat & moisture resistance, durability and practicality. The all aspects of laboratory bench surface and additional furniture system types and finishes from general purpose installations to highly specialized requirements. The laboratory furniture includes laboratory casework, benches and fume hoods. Which includes, but is not limited to wood casework, metal casework, countertops, reagent shelves, fume hoods, tables, standards, slotted studs, casework in environmental rooms, utility space farming, utility space closure panels between base cabinets and at exposed ends of utility spaces, laboratory sinks, cup sinks, cup drains, strainers, overflows and sink outlets and miscellaneous items. The Indian wooden furniture industry is generating approximately a turnover of Rs. 3500 crore annually. The market of wooden furniture solely owns the share of nearly Rs. 60 crore. And as per one of the survey done recently, the industry is expected to grow by 20% in coming times. Competition is keen in the furniture Industry. India offers a huge potential market for furniture maker. The wooden laboratory furniture have served different purposes in school, institutional offices, hospitals and residential. The rising population and trends in school, hospital, institutional offices etc have added a huge demand for innovative design of wooden laboratory furniture. The demand of wooden laboratory furniture is increasing rapidly, so, there is wide scope for new entrepreneurs.