1000mm Wide Tilt Top Table Frame, Bright Chrome
X10 Tilt Top Table Frames, otherwise known as Flip Top Tables or Folding Tables are ideal for Meeting Tables, Training Tables or just Occasional Tables which you want to be able to store away. A clever locking mechanism allows you to flip the top to a vertical position, meaning you can neatly stow these tables away when not in use.
We sell tops separately and you can choose from Round, Square, Rectangular, Semi-Circular or Trapezoidal in a wide variety of finishes. add your own top and you can choose one from the cross-selling options listed at the bottom of this page - or source your own
Complete Kit comes supplied with all the necessary components, fixings and tools. Tilt table frames are perfect for offices and meeting rooms and can be stored conveniently away when not in use, as demonstrated in the image gallery.
Supplied with softer rubber rimmed castors which are designed with a enhanced robust brake and forgiving wheel rims, more suited to hard floors and public areas, such as schools etc.
This kit includes components to make a frame, designed to take a 800x800mm top - boxed kit consists of :
1 x Pair of 600 or 800mm Tilt Top Table Legs
1 x 834mm X10 Beam Kit
2 x Unbraked Castors with Rubber Rimmed Tyres and M8 Pins
2 x Braked Castors with Rubber Rimmed Tyres and M8 Pins
(our sister company BPF has a range of M8 Feet, if you didn't want wheels)
*Standard table frame height: 715mm
Also we sell extra accessories for the tilt table frames, including :
- Top Linking Hook for connecting tops - perfect to create a make-shift meeting table or large workstation
- Folding Chair - these chairs are part of the X10 range and compliment the tilting top tables by folding up and hooking on the table when not in use.
See cross-selling options towards the bottom of the page
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