Features


 Seats: 8-12

Our commercial-grade plywood folding tables are the standard for wood folding tables.  The 8' x 48" tabletop is constructed from high quality 3/4" 12-ply plywood with vinyl bullnose edging that is glued and nailed into the table.  Each table is coated with UV resistant polyurethane on the top and bottom of the table, for protection of the elements on both sides.  Hardwood runners span underneath the table top to add to the sturdiness of the table, and protect the legs when the tables are stacked on top of each other.

 The folding legs are wishbone style, 16 gauge powder coated steel, and feature bolt-through assembly through the tabletop.  Bolt-through assembly is far superior to legs that are merely fastened to the table with screws.  The folding legs lock using boss and mate mechanics, for a firm and steady hold capable of supporting over 500 lbs.  High-density, non-marring single umbrella glides protect floors from scratching.

 These are the wholesale wood folding tables that are party rental tested for rugged, everyday use.  Discount pricing available for large quantities.

  • Standard 3/4" tabletop thickness easily accepts skirting
  • Polyurethane coating protects top and bottom
  • Vinyl bullnose edge securely glued and nailed
  • Thick 16 gauge powder coated steel legs
  • Commercial-Quality Bolt-through assembly
  • Non-marring feet glides

Specifications:

Overall Width: 48"

Overall Length: 8'

Overall Height: 30"

Specifications

More Information
Shape Rectangle
Free Shipping Deal Type Free Shipping on Tables and Chairs Over $2k, Free Shipping on 10 or more
Can ship FedEx? No
Country of Manufacture China
Brand Titan Event Furniture™
Material 3/4'' Plywood
Commercial-Grade? Yes
Folded Dimensions 2.25''
Legs 16 gauge, powder coated Steel
Overall Length / Depth 48''
Overall Height 30''
Overall Width 96''
Recommended Tablecloth Size 90''x156''
Recommended Seating 10
Ships Assembled? Yes
Product Warranty 3 Years
Weight Capacity 500+ lbs.
Item Weight 90
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