Tables for offices covers a wide range of applications, from reception to boardroom.
can be fairly basic with a steel frame. Steel frame can be square tube sub-frame and legs. For effect legs can be round tube and chrome finish.
A simple design can be a top with 4 round legs attached with brackets. This is not recommended for large sizes because they will sag.
Sizes can range from 600mm x 600mm to 1800mm x 1200mm.
Tops are usually made of melamine board 18mm or 25mm thick.
These are sometimes referred to as General Purpose Tables.
can be steel frame, folding or flip top which can be arranged in different layouts to suit the training taking place.
These can be rectangular or trapezoidal shape in sizes that fit together in different layouts.
Folding leg tables are usually larger to seat 2 to 3 people on each side. When not in use they can be folded up and stored away.
Flip top style have a mechanism to fold the top up and are on castors so that they can be rolled away and stacked together. These are popular because there is no heavy lifting and can be rolled in or out very quickly.
are usually 900 to 1200mm diameter for small meetings of 2- 4 people. These are ideal for employee interviews or signing of documents.
Bases can have 4 legs, cross-form gables or single pedestal. Pedestal bases are 4 or 5 star or disc type.
are larger for long meetings of 8 or more people.
Base design can range from a basic gable style to polished alloy to elaborate timber work. Material for tops are usually 25mm or 33mm melamine board or timber veneer with solid timber edges. There are some popular shapes such as D-end or Boat Shaped.
to match the desking is fairly standard. Other options for reception are to match the lounges.