f.t.s. folding table
table systems

f.t.s. folding table

design: M. Ballendat

f.t.s. folding tables are impressively functional, robust and mobile. They have the right frame for every purpose. T-leg tables are ideal for setting up rows of tables, and four-leg tables are particularly suitable for setting up free-standing groups of tables due to the ample legroom on all sides. With 4-leg tables, you also have a choice of a round or square leg profile, in keeping with the interior design. With a wide range of table sizes available, a customised solution can always be found – whether for a hotel seminar, a multi-purpose hall or conference and communication centres.

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Area
Canteen, Event, Convention, Seminar

Features

01
The folding mechanism locks securely in position. This ensures that the f.t.s. tables are stable and prevents the frame folding inadvertently.
02
A stack of 10 tables is 125 cm high. Suitable transportation is available for carrying the stacked tables.
Configurator

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Variants & technical data

3961

Folding table rectangular - T-leg base

3971

Folding table rectangular - 4-leg base - round feet

3981

Folding table rectangular - 4-leg base - square feet

Works consistently.

f.t.s. folding tables vary in design and presentation. With the choice of T-leg or four-leg design, which can be specified depending on the purpose, the tops come in a variety of sizes ranging from 45/120 to 80/180 cm. You can select from four, contemporary standard laminate or HPL finishes to the table top, with powder-coated or chrome options for the frames.

The folding mechanism works in the same way for both T-leg and four-leg tables. There are no controls to unfold the tables, which lock in place automatically. Pressing a button releases the locking device, ready for folding. Sturdy plastic pads protect the surface of the table and prevent it being damaged when the tables are stacked. There are special trolleys to carry the stacked tables efficiently.

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