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1" thick thermally fused laminate top with standard T-mold edge for use with Flip-n-Go bases. CARB compliant, particle board core. Pilot holes in top make for easy assembly to the base. Top Color: Mocha; Color Family: Brown; Top Shape: Rectangular; Top Thickness: 1".
1" thick thermally fused laminate top with standard T-mold edge.
CARB compliant, particle board core.
Surface contains pre-drilled pilot holes for easy assembly to base.
To be used with Flip-n-Go bases.
|Safco FurnitureSafco Tables & Table AccessoriesSafco Tables
|Manufacturer Stock No.
|Supports up to 150 lbs evenly distributed
|Green Leaf VOC Certified; Green Leaf VOC+ Certified
|Top and Base sold and shipped separatelyORDER BOTH.
|Edge Detail Profile
|For Use With
|Mayline Flip-n-Go LF60SLV, LF60S5
|Global Product Type
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
|Total Recycled Content Percent
|Light assembly is required
|Contains Recycled Materials
|Unit of Measure
|Ships via UPS
|Carton Pack Quantity
|This item is sold by the
|Country of Origin
|Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
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