Cafeteria tables in an industrial dining facility — or lunchroom tables in a factory or manufacturing staff dining facility — really need to be tough, hardwearing, and at the same time look good, too. At work as well as in the home, a kitchen, dining room, or cafeteria is a place to mix and talk with friends and work colleagues — and while it is still an element of the workplace, it is also a place for relaxing and taking it easy.
The trouble is that, like any industrial equipment, the seating and table arrangements take a “helluva beating” over time, and much more so than in the home. An industrial dining facility needs to have table and seating arrangements that are flexible and can be moved with ease when required for cleaning, etc., yet need to be practical and light.
There are so many different types and designs of table seating for cafeteria — cluster seating arrangements, island split benches, folding tables, and outdoor picnic types, to mention just a few examples. Most types of cafeteria dining arrangements are interchangeable and can be used both inside and out. They are made from tough, durable, and hardwearing materials: stainless steel tubing, box section steel frames that are powder coated to protect from the elements, and table tops of plastic and vinyl mixes.
Withstanding the rough, everyday use that an industrial workforce will force upon them, these superbly made and durable table-and-chair combinations are excellent for outdoor picnic areas, outside a shopping mall where moms and kids are able to sit before and/or after the shopping trip and enjoy a soda ,or just about anywhere else people will sit down and have a bite to eat, take a drink, or just rest easy.