238 ADA Single Sided Extra Heavy Duty Table

SKU CCW-32-032-00581
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  • ADA accessible
  • Available in 6' and 8' length
  • Choose from wide variety of colors
  • Diamond and perforated pattern available
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$947.88

Product Overview

The Extra-Heavy Duty Single Sided ADA Table has a 2-3/8" O.D. all MIG welded frame, a 1’’ O.D. brace, as well as a walk-through design. The table is surface mounted and comes in a thermoplastic finish with a powder coated frame. This rectangular table is ADA accessible. It comes in two different sizes and multiple colors.

Includes:
238 ADA Single Sided Extra Heavy Duty Table

Features:

  • Stainless steel hardware
  • 2-3/8" O.D. all MIG welded frame
  • 1" O.D. brace
  • ADA accessible (single sided)
  • Features a walk-through design
  • Surface mount
  • Thermoplastic finish with powder coated frame
  • Diamond and Perforated Rolled Edge pattern available in 8' length
  • Frame only option available in 8' length
  • Rectangular shape
  • Multiple color options
color option

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 6’ or 8’
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Style: Single Sided ADA
  • Mounting Type: Surface
  • Finish: Thermoplastic
  • Pattern: Diamond or Perforated
  • Customizable? Size, pattern, color

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