Square - Common sizes
- 600x600 mm
- 700x700 mm
Rectangle - Common sizes
- 600x700 mm
- 1200x700 mm
Round - Common sizes
- Ø600 mm
- Ø700 mm
Guide to selecting your size
We can manufacture our table tops to non-standard sizes on request.
Not sure what size tops you'll need? To make the most of your venue's area, get in contact with us to discuss your project.
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Compact Laminate is constructed with layers of Kraft paper, dipped in resin and dried.
These layers are then sandwiched between laminated top and bottom sheets, compressed and baked.
A process called polymerisation melds them all together creating a solid-core panel that is an extra tough durable laminate.
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