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      Some variants of our tables are made individually at your request. The delivery time is then several weeks. Is that too long for you? Then let us only show you our variants that can be delivered quickly. Choose one of our popular colors and a standard size and the table will be with you within 3-4 days.


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        Width cm
        Diameter cm


          Surface area

          Polished edge


          The standard corner radius of our table tops is 3 mm. With our HPL table tops with a sanded edge, you can also choose more rounded corners with a 25 mm or 50 mm radius - for a less solid, soft, and contemporary appearance. The two larger radii are particularly popular in combination with a beveled panel edge.

          Cable passage

          Longitudinal position cm
          The distance between the edge of the table top and the cable passage must be at least 13 cm. Measurements are always taken from the centre of the hole.
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          Properties of the HPL table top

          Maximum dimension

          HPL table top with MDF or multiplex core
          240 x 120 cm

          Table top core

          Birch multiplex or MDF (anthracite), sanded


          HPL table top with MDF core
          20 mm

          HPL table top with multiplex core
          19 mm or 25 mm


          Corner radius

          3 mm, 25 mm or 50 mm

          Cable aperture

          Distance between tabletop edge and centre of cable aperture

          min. 13 cm

          HPL table top made to measure

          The HPL table top is one of our hard-wearing table tops with a robust coating of high-density HPL laminate. The non-porous, resistant and slightly pearled surface is available in white, black and grey as well as numerous colors.

          Robust HPL (High Pressure Laminate)

          - Resistant
          - 2 different board cores
          - Available with straight or bevelled edges
          - Available as panel with white surface and bevelled edges

          HPL - durable and easy to clean

          HPL (High Pressure Laminate) consists of cellulose fibre sheets impregnated with phenolic resin and a top layer of colouring cellulose fibre sheets impregnated with melamine resin. These are pressed together at high temperatures under high pressure to form a dense laminate and then pressed together with the multiplex or MDF board for our table tops. Very thin CPL (Continuous Pressure Laminate) is used as a backing on the underside. The process described above creates the tabletop's extremely resistant and easy-care surface. The closed, non-porous surface is easy to clean and does not provide a breeding ground for micro-organisms. 

          Good to know

          The cut edges of a birch multiplex plywood panel can never show a flawless striped appearance due to the production process. During the production of the plywood panel, several layers of birch veneer are glued crosswise on top of each other. During this process, there are always small overlaps or gaps between the veneer sheets, which can appear in the cut edge of your tabletop. Our carpenter closes small holes with suitable wood filler so that no moisture can penetrate the tabletop in the affected areas.

          Cleaning and care

          When it comes to cleaning and caring for HPL tabletops, there is hardly any difference to melamine versions. The best way to clean the surface is with a damp cloth and gentle cleaning agents. Although the closed surface is very resistant, certain cleaning utensils should not come into contact with it. Scratching sponges, pot cleaners and similar all-rounders leave obvious marks and attack the surface of the tabletop. It is better to use speed to remove grease stains from the HPL tabletop, for example.

          HPL tabletop for (almost) everything

          Due to its robust properties, the HPL tabletop is not only a solid desk top, but also bravely endures everyday use as a dining tabletop with spilled liquids, sticky children's hands and wild dice games. And for all its practicality, the sleek matte tabletop looks light and elegant with a choice of straight or angled edges and rounded corners.

          Important: Even though our table tops made of HPL are extremely robust, they unfortunately do not have weather-resistant properties. For this reason, they are not suitable for use as garden tables outdoors.

          Colours, corner radii and tabletop cores: individually customisable

          The customised HPL tabletop is available in classic, soft and bright colours. Each colour can be freely combined with the two board cores. You can choose a birch multiplex board core or an MDF board core in anthracite. This allows you to create light, friendly or subdued, dark combinations, but also - if you are looking for a contradiction - contrasting effects. And that's not all: the four corners of the tabletop give you even more room for manoeuvre. These can have a classic radius of 3 mm or be more rounded (25 mm or 50 mm). In this way, you can make your HPL tabletop look delicate and light in combination with a slanted edge.

          How about a beveled instead of a straight edge?

          In addition to a classic straight edge, the bevelled edge at an angle of 25° makes an HPL tabletop appear significantly thinner, almost floating, despite its stability, because only approx. 8 mm of material remains as the visible edge of the tabletop. The filigree appearance is supported by the softly rounded corners with a radius of 25 mm or better 50 mm. They also ensure that bruises are not too bad if active kids bump into the HPL tabletop.