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Workbench Heavy Duty 244 x 76cm

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One of the toughest industrial tops that you'll find on the market. Our 3.8cm thick shop top provides a smooth, extra-strong, non-conductive work surface. Its durable tempered hardboard is bonded to a particleboard core. Built to withstand rugged treatment. Smooth hardwood edges resist moisture and it won't warp or splinter.

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Product overview

One of the toughest industrial tops that you'll find on the market. Our 3.8cm thick shop top provides a smooth, extra-strong, non-conductive work surface. Its durable tempered hardboard is bonded to a particleboard core. Built to withstand rugged treatment. Smooth hardwood edges resist moisture and it won't warp or splinter.

Workbenches are made with steel channel construction for long-lasting durability. For stability and reinforcement, the 2.4 metre long bench is supported by three leg frames. Our height adjustable workbenches allow for customizable comfort, adjustable from 74 to 84cm. The front and back legs feature knockout sockets for an electrical outlet. Easily screwing in to place with no wiring necessary. Legs are finished with scratch-resistant grey baked enamel.

FEATURES
• 3.8cm thick high-grade hardboard & high-density particleboard top
• Protects against static build-up
• Won't warp or split
• Rounded safety edge
• Height adjustable from 74 to 84cm
• Steel legs finished with scratch resistant grey baked enamel
• Channel-formed uprights and sturdy stringer provide extra rigidity
• 5 Year Trade Tested Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Weight rating: 1800kg
Size: 244 x 76 x 74-84cm (LxWxH), 3.8cm Thick Top
Weight: 90kg
Style: Shop Top/Grey Frame

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Questions and answers

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Q:
can a vice be mounted to the top of the bench?
A:
Yea, you should have no issues with that.
By Trade Tested on April 08 2021
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Q:
Hey, Is the height including the thickness of the bench top?
A:
No it's to the underside.
By Trade Tested on August 28 2020
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Q:
Is it possible to move the center leg to the left or right?
A:
Yes you could reposition, you will need to drill the back brace and keep in mind one side will now handle less weight than the other.
By Trade Tested on October 01 2020
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Great bench

We now have 4 in our warehouse - the staff keep seeing others have one and want one themselves.

Pete Auckland

Shared from: Workbench Heavy Duty 183 x 76cm

Good

It's doing the job fine for our light work type, what you would do at home in your garage. I find it too woobly if I was to do some heavy duty work. It looks good and it tidied up our space nicely. We added a plank at the bottom.

Apt42 Christchurch

Shared from: Workbench Heavy Duty 183 x 76cm

Nice and Sturdy

I am very happy with my new bench. I've had it for a few weeks now and it works great.

Robbies Stratford

Shared from: Workbench Heavy Duty 183 x 76cm

Brilliant Table

Purchased this workbench to use in my sewing room. Really impressed with the quality of the table. The table top is really solid and has a really nice top. I was really impressed. Use one side to sew on and the other end as my cutting area. Table does not move at all when sewing.

Jules Auckland
Very heavy, very good

Excellent bench, pretty easy to assemble apart from the fact that its bloody heavy once assembled so tipping it back up the right way required an extra hand.

Stan Dunedin