en core - now in stock!
We are excited to introduce to you our brand new, multi-functional en core table which is manufactured in the UK and is 100% recyclable.
The en core table is a breakthrough in educational furniture. The child friendly design offers fantastic ergonomics, providing all day comfort and flexibility. en core tables can be stacked 15 high within a 2 metre space, they are easily transported on a dolly and are 100% recyclable. They can be used in multiple environments from classrooms to cafeterias and exam halls. The table offers schools the flexibility for adaptable classroom settings with the use of the table linking device which simply pushes in place on top of the legs.
On the underside of the table there are 4 points allowing tray runners to be attached at A4 or A3 widths to fit the Gratnells tray system.
Available in sizes 1 – 6, it has been designed to suit all age groups. The innovative one piece form takes inspiration from the highly successful en one chair. Creating a table out of one piece helps to give it strength and it has been tested to take up to an impressive 100kg (complying to EN1729 parts 1 and 2). With no metal components it is simple to clean and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
When comparing it to other furniture currently available in the market, it is easy to see why people are so excited by the en core table. Folding exam desks are cumbersome, the mechanisms can get damaged and they don’t typically have a long life span.
Standard classroom tables are heavy making them difficult to manoeuver or stack leaving a space unlikely to get reconfigured.
The en core table enables teachers to create a truly agile environment. They can be reconfigured quickly for individual work, connection pieces added for group work or stacked up in a matter of minutes allowing full use of the floor space.
Environmental issues has seen a rise in demand for recyclable furniture. The table is manufactured out of Polypropylene so is 100% recyclable at the end of its life so can be turned back into another table or chair.
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