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Pair of K110 Self-Supporting Table Legs

718mm High - No beams Required
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A pair of premium Italian designed & manufactured meeting table legs in a powder coated finish. These are self-supporting legs meaning, unlike our KD2 meeting table legs no connecting beams are required with K110 frames.

They are sold by the pair, which gives you one side of a table so at least 2 pairs are required to complete a complete table / desk.

As they are self-supporting legs they are designed to be used with 'thick' desk / table tops, 35mm + is recommended to ensure stability. However this can vary depending on material and size so if you're not sure please contact us with your specific requirement so we can check for you.

Recommended sizes for a standard 4 leg table are 1000-1400mm Wide and 1800-2600mm long - however please note other sizes and shapes can be made and for longer rectangular tables you could use 3 pairs of legs +.

We also sell a choice of central cable tray which adds extra support and is recommended to avoid flexion in the middle of the top.

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