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Budget 'H' frame science/art table with 40mm legs and mdf edge

Budget 'H' frame science/art table with 40mm legs and mdf edge

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£111.75

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Budget 'H' frame science/art table with 40mm legs and mdf edge

Key features

  • Heavy-duty 40mm frame

  • 18mm MDf bullnose edge tops

  • Easy clean laminate tops

  • Manufactured in 6 heights ranging from 710 to 950mm.

  • Available in widths of 1,200, 1,500 and 1,800mm and depths of 600 and 750mm.

  • Tops are available in 6 popular colours.

  • Frames are available in Black or Grey

Minimum quantities of 8 tables apply to this product. An additional charge of £40.00 is applicable to orders of less than 8 units.

Pricing.

1,200 x 600mm £111.75

1,500 x 600mm £183.00

1,800 x 600mm £217.50

1,200 x 750mm £141.75

1,500 x 750mm £208.50

1,800 x 750mm £253.50

Additional table top configurations within the Budget range

Rectangular, Trapezoidal, Semi-Circular and Circular.

Square and Rectangular models are also available with crush bent frames.

Delivery charges and lead times

Generally available on a 15-25 working day delivery

Minimum quantities of 8 tables apply to this product. An additional charge of £40.00 is applicable to orders of less than 8 units.

Illustrations are intended as a guide only and may not be an exact representation of the product. Customers should check with us if any points need clarification before purchase.

Model: Budget 'H' frame science/art tables with 40mm legs and mdf edge

1,200 x 600, 1,500 x 600, 1,800 x 600, 1,200 x 750, 1,500 x 750, 1,800 x 750mm in the following heights

710, 760, 800, 850, 900 and 950mm

Popular top colours

Classic Beech

Signal White

Royal Blue

Red

Yellow

Granite Grey

Frame Colour

Black

Grey

The appearence of colours may vary depending on the lighting of your room or the settings of your monitor, any hard copies printed may not be an exact representation of the colour due to tolerences in the printing process.