The 8’ Rectangular Independent ADA Accessible Picnic Table is an outdoor table with separate benches, the structure of which makes it both strong and practical. Its design makes the seats easily accessible and provides a lot of leg room. Furthermore, there is the option of having some extra overhang on one or both ends of the rectangle, creating ADA accessible spots. The coating type you choose will protect your table from general wear and tear and you can choose the color you desire. This table can be mounted on various different surfaces.
8' Rectangular Independent ADA Accessible Picnic Table - Circular Pattern / Punched Steel – Surface Mount
- 1/2″ Punched Steel
- 3/4″ x 2″ Angle Iron Outer Frame
- 1-1/2” x ¼” Flat Steel Inside bracing
- 4'' x 4'' Square Tubing Frame Material
- 2″ x 2″ Angle Iron Frame Bracing
- Rounded corners on benches and tables for safety
- Comes in standard or ADA accessible configurations
- Circular pattern
- Surface Mount
- Multiple coating and color options
Advantage Coating: The most durable and weatherproof coating on the market today. Advantage coated surfaces won’t chip, scratch or mar so your product instantly gains longevity when this coating is applied. The coating never drips or runs – the coating sticks to any metal surface and fits like a glove. Advantage coating offers 13 different color variations for you to choose based on your style requirements. Coating comes with a 7 year warranty to ensure your park benches, picnic tables and seating products are protected.
Industry Standard Coating: Premium polyethylene coating is the park industry standard. It’s dipped in a plastic coating to seal the metal to protect against corrosion and chemicals. It is also weather resistant for long term outdoor use in any park environment. Coating comes with a 5 year warranty. Available in 9 color variations for you to choose the one that best fits your needs.
- Size: 8’
- Type: Rectangular
- Mounting Option: Surface
- Customizable? Coating type, color, ADA accessibility
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