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Tables Can be Used in Standard Conference Room Configurations


1–3 | Versatile Training Room Tables • Excellent for classrooms or seminars • Durable 11


⁄4


" thick teak top surfaces with cable grommets


• Cable troughs run underneath tops for better organization • Modesty panels • Powder-coated black steel frames


• Quick lever release; tables fold, nest and can be conveniently rolled out of the way for space-saving storage


• Tables include four 2" casters (2 locking) • Manufacturer’s 1-year limited warranty


Key Number Item


1 105-89773 – 105-89870 2 105-89775 3 105-89863


Description Half Round


Rectangular Rectangular Rectangular


291


(HxWxD) ⁄2


291⁄2 291⁄2 291⁄2


Size


x48x24" x36x24" x60x24" x72x24"


Expected delivery: 10-12 business days direct from factory.


Method of Shipment


UPS UPS


Truck UPS


Price/ Each


$239.99 229.99 299.99 329.99


Tables Fold And Nest to Save Valuable Space!


4 & 5 | Lumina Antimicrobial Conference and Training


Tables • Antimicrobial powder-coated finish inhibits the growth of mold, mildew and fungus on table top


• 1" thick top flips back with a simple lever mechanism, allowing for convenient storage


• Brushed silver powder-coated steel frame with stabilizing bar • L-style steel base • Rolls easily out of the way on 3" casters (2 locking) • Assembly required • Manufacturer’s 1-year limited warranty


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5


Key Number 4


Item


– 5


105-89954 105-89955 105-89956


Description Rectangular


Rectangular Half Round


291


(HxWxD) ⁄2


291⁄2 291⁄2


Size


x60x24" x72x24" x48x24"


Method of Shipment


UPS UPS


Truck Expected delivery: 10-12 business days direct from factory. For FREE Space Planning Service, Call 800.634.0321 x1864 to speak to a Furniture Specialist today. 57


Price/ Each


$379.99 399.99 299.99


Training Room Furniture


Training Room Furniture


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