Seminar and Classroom Tables
A classroom table to notes a table designed for a classroom setting. Most the time, this means 18 inch wide, or 24 inch wide tables. Often they come with modesty panels, and linen, but more and more a linenless design is desired to save on the cost and hassle of Linden.
Space is the determining factor on whether to go with 18 inch or 24 inch wide classroom or seminar tables. In addition, the type of people using the tables, that is, if they are using computers is another factor. Until recently, almost all classroom tables were 18 inch. There is some trending for 24 inch, But if you have to make the hard decision, go with 18 inch.
Now the question will be plywood or plastic. Because of its narrow nature, the table is already fairly lightweight. If the table is always going to be covered with linen, plywood should strongly be considered. Smooth ABS plastic is always nice, but it does add to the initial cost. A textured ABS plastic will usually require linen.
Legs are also a factor. A cantilever design, or a conference leg style is preferred. Particularly if you are going to go with six foot long tables. My recommendation is usually to go with the eight foot conference tables, because it is the most cost-efficient for each linear foot of table.
As you make your table selection, you should consider the size of chair that you are using, and how many chairs will fit at a table comfortably.
Hotel conference center's figured this out a long time ago. A visit or telephone discussion with them may be in order if you're uncertain as to which to choose.
In any case, Trident Furniture carries them all. Including the newer aluminum linen less, which include laminate tops and wheels and some nice storage options. From the low end plywood table to the super high-end built-in privacy panel with wheels, Trident can give you the very best options available.