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Description: Information. Made to last with a wear-resistant, melamine-over-particle board top and melamine sealed underside. Full- length steel support skirt. Vinyl, t-molded edges. 1'' diameter, heavy gauge steel legs with heavy duty protective foot caps. Heavy duty leg supports and gravity ...
Description: Information. Features. Molded table surface won't stain, chip, warp or crack. Ergonomically designed handholds along edges for ease of handling. Leg locking mechanism. Provides strength, stability and is lightweight. Construction: Plastic and steel. Leg color: Black paint. Surface color: Light ...
Description: Information. Features. Standard Series collection. Material top: Plywood. 5/8" Thick plywood sanded smooth without voids and patches, sealed on both sides with protective walnut stain. "H" Style legs. Continuous weld joints. Black plastic glides, pressed into end of leg. Hinged ...

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