A range of tables designed for institutional use. They are available in rectangular, square or trapezoidal shapes and come in a variety of heights. The tables consist of a welded steel frame with a formica top and incorporate an all steel "J" section perimeter support rail. Legs are round tubular steel. A combination of rectangular and trapezoidal tables can be used together, to make a variety of shapes or tables can be used individually.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Sebel Proteus Tables: Trapezoidal
- Height Overall 450 mm - 710 mm
Model Sebel Proteus Tables: Square
- Width Overall 750 mm
- Length Overall 750 mm
- Height Overall 710 mm
- Height Overall 710 mm
Model Sebel Proteus Tables: Rectangular
- Width Overall 520 mm - 900 mm
- Length Overall 900 mm - 1800 mm
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