Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table, Walnut - 2 pack
About this item
- 2 pack
- Foldable seminar tables
- Steel frame
- Seats 3 to 6 adults
- Walnut melamine finish
Finding tables that will accommodate your next conference or seminar doesn't have to be complicated. The Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table, Walnut – 2 pack, if you space to seat a dozen people adequately. The durable walnut finish can withstand mounds of books and be used for dining purposes.
What Are the Dimensions of the Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table, Walnut?
Each Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table has dimensions of being 18 inches wide by 72 inches long by 29 inches high. The 6-foot tables are standard size and can accommodate standard folding chairs without issue. They have a steel apron underneath the top along with steel folding legs. The surface of the tables is 5/8 inch melamine.
How Many Adults Can Sit at Each Folding Seminar Table?
You should allow for 24 to 30 inches of seating space for every adult. Depending on how much space you allow and if you plan on seating on both sides of the table, the Correll seminar tables can accommodate anywhere from 3 to 6 adults. You may be able to seat 4 to 8 children at the wooden folding table as they would need less room.
What Is the Shape of the Wooden Folding Table?
This particular model of conference room tables is not a round folding table. Instead, this is a rectangularly shaped model. These long folding table and chairs work well as conference tables or dining tables.
How Do you Store Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table, Walnut?
The Correll 6' table has folding legs that allow you to store it. To put the table away, lay it on the side, unlock the legs and fold them in. You can then place the table along the wall, in a closet or in a rack to move them out of the way and free up floor space.
Where Can You Use Correll 6' Folding Seminar Table, Walnut?
While these are durable folding tables, they are not rated for continued outdoor use. You may use them outdoors during dry weather. However, you should move them back inside once you're done and not leave them exposed to the elements. It would be best if you never left them outside during the rain as excessive water may warp the top and rust the legs.