by Correll |
Item # 254958
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Model # T288 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Fits up to ten 36" x 96" folding tables
  • Folding table truck features two swivel casters
  • Durable steel and iron frame
current price: $324.98
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Description

When you need to transport multiple folding tables, there’s no more efficient way to do so than on a rolling truck. Use the Correll® 8’ Edge Stacking Table Truck, Walnut Brown to easily transport tables when setting up for an event or meeting. Outfitted with two fixed and two swivel casters, the folding table truck is easy to maneuver through tight halls and around corners. The truck features a steel and iron construction with steel handles that help transport a stack of folding tables. Stop putting the strain on your back and use the Correll 8’ Edge Stacking Table Truck, Walnut Brown to move multiple folding tables.

How Many Folding Tables Does the Truck Hold?

The Correll 8’ Edge Stacking Table Truck, Walnut Brown is sized to fit up to ten 36 x 96” folding tables. Depending on the size, it may be able to fit additional smaller tables. The tables stack horizontally to prevent sliding while in transit.

Can the Folding Table Truck Be Adjusted?

There are no adjustable options on the stackable table truck. The handle is at a reasonable height for most adults and it is designed to fit a specific size folding table.

Make Setting Up for Events a Breeze

Without truck tables, setting up for a large event involves a lot of back and forth between trucks or supply areas. Having to move each individual table can be tiring and is a major waste of time. With the 8’ folding table truck, getting tables from one area to another is as easy as ever. Transport up to 10 tables at a time and reduce the strain that’s put on your body during the setup and takedown process.

How Many People Are Needed to Operate the Truck?

The folding table truck is designed to be workable by one person. Horizontal stacking makes it easy to see where you’re going and swivel casters prevent the need for someone to guide while another person pushes. The table is a convenience that you shouldn’t be working without.

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