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FAQ - Questions Fréquemment Posées

Vous trouverez ici des réponses à certaines des questions les plus fréquemment posées sur les tables auto-stabilisantes.

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StableTable® à l'orangerie du palais de Kensington, Royaume-Uni.
Photographe Billy Bolton, fourni par KKD.
  • What is a self-stabilising table?
    We all know the problem of wobbly tables and the problems they create with spilt drinks, complaining guests and napkins under table legs. A self-stabilising from StableTable® is a table that automatically adjust the legs so that the table stands still on any uneven floor or ground. The StableTable® self-stabilising tables are unique fully automatic self-adjusting tables that manages both bumps and grooves up to 25 mm on any uneven ground or floor. And each time anyone moves a table it will automatically re-adjust and fully lock and not budge or give under pressure. StableTable® - No more spilt drinks!
  • How does a self-stabilising table from StableTable® work?
    StableTable® tables are unique, patented self-stabilising table bases designed for professional use in the hospitality industry. The tables are fully automatic and adjust to any uneven surfaces, managing height differences of up to 25 mm. The StableTable® self-stabilising tables are based on an ingenious mechanical system that sits well-protected inside the centre pillar and allows two of the cross legs to move and down to adjust to the ground, while the other two legs remain fixed to ensure the table maintains a correct height. Read more about StableTable® technology here!
  • What types of environments are best suited for a self-stabilising table?
    StableTable® self-stabilising tables are suitable for any environment where a stable table is needed, both indoors and outdoors, on all types of surfaces from wood to stone and gravel to cobblestones! This makes them perfect for use in restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, nursing homes, and outdoor locations. The tables are not impacted by temperature or rain or snow and can be used outside all year.
  • Can StableTable® self-stabilising tables be customised or made to specific requirements?
    Yes, StableTable® tables can be customised to meet your specific needs. You can select from different heights, colours, and table tops to suit your preferences.
  • Is it easy to assemble StableTable® self-stabilising tables?
    All StableTable® bases come assembled. The only thing you need to do is to attach the FlexCross™ or FlipTop™ mechanism to the centre pillar with one screw. Read the Assembly Instructions here.
  • Can I use StableTable® with my current table tops?
    Yes, StableTable® can be used with your current table tops.
  • Where can I buy a self-stabilising table from StableTable®?
    StableTable® is available through retailers worldwide. Contact us to find your local dealer!
  • Does a self-stabilising table from StableTable® require maintenance?
    StableTable® tables are maintenance free under normal conditions.We still recommend that you once in a while hose them down with tap water, check the replaceablefeet for wear and tear and order replacement feet when necessary. If you like you can after some years also spray some WD40 into the centre pillar at the bottom.
  • What is the warranty on tables from StableTable®?
    The warranty is two years, but the tables are produced to last much longer. Most of the customers that bought tables from StableTable® already 8-10 years ago are still using the same tables.
  • Where are self-stabilising tables from StableTable® made?
    StableTable® tables are produced in Sweden in an ISO 9001 and 14001 certified factory. The tables are produced from partly recycled metal and are all fully recyclable. The packaging material used is FSC-certified. The concept of locally producing and sourcing in Europe allows us good control of sub-suppliers, choice of raw-materials, transport and working conditions.
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