Tables and desks in the healthcare furniture product group are highly specialised furnishings, and the limited selection confirms this, as only the most suitable tables pass the stringent requirements. Hospital tables must above all be hygienic, stable, durable and resistant to various chemical and biological substances.
For example, Ineke Hans’s ‘Ahrend 380 table rectangular’ for Ahrend is a sturdy, yet elegant table with a steel frame, aluminium legs and a high-quality laminate top. Furthermore, this table is available in various dimensions, and even as a version with a circular tabletop, making it a highly versatile and durable design.
Manufacturer LEUWICO produces a whole range of more specialised medical tables. For example, their ‘Viewcart’ is a castor-mounted, tall counter with a steel structure that is meant to be used as a viewing station during medical examinations. Another supremely practical design is the ‘PACS’ table, a mobile, height-adjustable desk with mounts for monitors, central computing unit and medical equipment. It can be ordered with a complementary modesty panel and the table is available in various sizes and configurations. Naturally, it features features a sturdy, impact-resistant laminate top and a metal base.
Lastly, Staron’s ‘STARON® Workstation’ table is a sleek white prism with rounded corners, whose non-porous surfaces and clear form make it especially suited to furnishing doctor’s offices, examination rooms, and children’s wards where a hygiene is a critical requirement. Furthermore, it belongs to an extensive range of furniture, which includes reception desks, seating islands, washbasins and others, meaning that a high degree of aesthetic integration can be achieved throughout the interior of any healthcare facility.