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Oak desk MN100 SERIESsolid woodbeechlaminate

oak desk
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oak desk
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oak desk
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Characteristics

Material
oak, solid wood, beech, laminate, linoleum
Style
contemporary
Market
commercial
Options
height-adjustable
Height

Min.: 740 mm (29.1 in)

Max.: 1,030 mm (40.6 in)

Length

1,600 mm (63 in)

Width

800 mm (31.5 in)

Description

Height-Adjustable Desk and Meeting Table: Table top available in solid wood, veneer, linoleum and laminates. Feet in solid wood; oak or beech. Crossbar and beam in solid wood; oak or beech. Full radius or half radius edge. Desk: Available in three rectangular sizes. Meeting table: Available in four rectangular sizes. Desk lifting system powered by LINAK. Electric linear actuators. Lifting columns in black or white. Desk: One desk panel. Meeting: Two desk panels. Table height from 630 mm to 1290 mm. Options: Power and data solutions. Fabric cable cover. Desk panels. MN table series is a furniture line for the modern office space. The height-adjustable desk, MN130, has been subjected to the EN 527-1 and 527-2 safety, strength and durability test and passed. The desk with the low beam (50 mm) lives up to the standard. The meeting table, MN240, has been subjected to EN 15372:2016 level 3 for strength and durability and passed. MN240 has also passed the ANSI/BIFMA X5.5-2014 test. The entire MN table series is constructed of few elements and materials thus designed according to our Design for Environment protocol. Solid wood replaces steel, aluminum and plastic components whereever possible. The tables are designed for disassembly and easy to recycle. Honest materials sourced from nature.

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