Galvanized Frame Picnic Table

SKU CCW-36-032-00072
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  • Rectangular, Resinwood slats
  • 6 ft. or 8 ft.; 230 lbs., 255 lbs., or 270 lbs.
  • 2 mounting options
  • 8 slat color options
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$1,512.17 $984.71

Product Overview

The Galvanized Frame Table is made of Resinwood slats and a steel frame. Its reinforcement with galvanized angle iron cross braces makes it long-lasting, durable and strong. An ADA model of the table is also available. Furthermore, it comes in different sizes and colors.

Includes:
Galvanized Frame Table

Features:

  • Made of five 2’’ x 10’’ Resinwood slats and a hot dipped, galvanized 2 3/8 O.D. steel frame
  • Reinforced with galvanized angle iron cross braces to prevent sagging
  • Heavy duty, zinc coated hardware
  • Stainless steel hardware available
  • ADA model available
  • Custom colors available for quantity orders
  • Ideal for parks, or any commercial or residential application

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Resinwood and steel
  • Size: 6 ft. or 8 ft.
  • Weight: 230 lbs., 255 lbs., or 270 lbs.
  • Style: Standard or ADA
  • Hardware: U-bracket
  • Frame Color: Galvanized Steel
  • Slat Color: Blue, Cedar, Gray, Green, Red, Black, Brown, or White
  • Customizable? Size, style, color

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