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Product Code : TRI-REMOVE
Weight : 3.40kg
The Tri-Telescopic is a new addition to our triple height pedestal range. This is an ideal solution if you need to remove the pedestal. It is a two stage, height adjustable pedestal made from marine grade aluminium that lifts the table top between 290mm and 690mm and is easily locked in any position using the rotating handles. This is manually height adjustable.
The Removable Tri Telescopic Pedestal is a two stage, manually height adjustable pedestal made from marine grade aluminium that lifts the table top to between 290mm (11.41") and 690mm (27.16") and is easily locked in any position using the two rotating handles. This makes an ideal choice when your table lowers into a bed, providing the bed base is further supported..
|To remove the pedestal, simply unscrew the under table mount handle, lift off the table, then pull out the height adjustable pedestal.|
The base will need to be fitted into the deck which will provide additional stability.
The top mounting base is 168mm x 168mm (6.61" x 6.61") which ensures a secure area to attach the table top.
The base has an overall diameter of 171mm (6.73") with six recessed mounting holes. It will require a hole in the deck 97mm (3.81”) and allow for a depth of 85mm (3.35”).
The maximum load weight when extended is 22Kg (48.5 Ibs) and 100Kg (220 Ibs) in its lowest position.
Please note this pedestal is for tables only and not for seating use.
I purchased this pedestal for our custom Motorhome conversion of a former FedEx Stepvan. Space is at a premium and therefore functionality is most important. The pedestal performs as advertised, it is functional, light weight and easy to use. Most of all it offered the exact height range we were looking for, most pedestals were too tall in the lowest setting. We purchased the pedestal together with the "Bi-Directional Table Slider", which is fantastic. It is the perfect compliment to easily slide the table out of the way for passage or adjust the table just right for computer related work.Andi Mell