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Titan Series of Tables: Taking dining tables to new heights. The Titan Series of tables is designed for multiple applications where different tables heights are needed, specifically for individuals in wheelchairs. They will be able to enjoy a meal without any inconvenience to others.
RUGGED FRAME: Frame is contoured using a mandrel bend & welds are enforced for strength.
ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: With the Titan Tables, all tops are fully adjustable to a max height of 10".
STABILITY / TRANSPORT: Stabilizing coasters are used on each leg. Tables can be moved easily using the transport wheel(s).
EASY ADJUSTING: Large screw knobs are used for each section. Loosening and tightening is done easily.
COMPRESSING SPRINGS: Weight-compensating springs (one per section) are used for safety and easy adjusting.
TOUGH TABLE TOPS: Each section (1″) is built with a curved, impact-resistant, fungicidal (anti-mold), PVC top.
COLOR CHOICES: Select from 6 stocking laminate colours (custom laminate is also available).
TABLE WARRANTY: Each table comes with a 10-year warranty on the frame and 5-year on components.
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Rugged Tubular Frame Construction
Stabilizing Coasters (4)
Transport Wheels (1)
Screw Knobs for Ease of Adjustment
Weight Compressing Springs
1/16” Sandard Laminate Material
Table Tops: 1” Laminate-Coated with Rounded Corners
Edging: Curved Impact Resistant
Fungicidal (Anti-mold) PVC
Frame: Powder Coated - Black
Laminate: Stone Grafix
Custom Laminate Colors
Pebble Grey (Default)
Natural Oak (346)
Stone Grafix (503)
Giallo Granite (3523)
Acajou Mahogany (7008)
Violin Figured Annigre (7285)
Hard Rock Maple (756)
Overall: 42” x 42” .
Adjustable Tops: 27” - 37”
" In our facility, tables are adjusted to accommodate specific chairs. Wheelchair-bound patients are seated separately, as the table is positioned at the appropriate height to accommodate the wheelchair arms. Last week, one of our long-term residents was relocated to the wheelchair table, as her mobility limitations had increased significantly. Had the TITAN table been in our facility, it would have allowed her to stay with her circle of friends, as a single table top leaf could have been simply adjusted higher to accommodate her new set of wheels. How sad! How traumatic! ”