Communicator Table

Communicator Table

The Industry’s Only 10-foot, 12-seat Table with 23″ Spacing

The Communicator cafeteria and school lunch table is the only mobile, folding cafeteria table that provides 12 seats and 23″ of spacing in a 10′ long unit. Its unique design gives each student a close yet comfortable space in which to eat and allows eye-to-eye contact between all students at the table, reducing overall noise levels by promoting quieter interaction. Its top is 42″ x 120″, which easily fits 12 standard-sized lunch trays, increasing seating capacity by 25%-40% versus using separate tables and chairs.

Folds Quickly for Fast Cleanup and Compact Storage

The Communicator cafeteria table opens easily from the folded and locked positions. Simply press the handle (located at eye level on both sides) that unlocks the latch, allowing the SICO® Strut™ to assist in lowering the table slowly into the open and set positions.

Built to Last for Today’s Tough Environments

The SICO® Communicator cafeteria table features an attractive design and rugged construction that will stand up to the hard use of school foodservice settings. With many laminate top colors and seat colors to choose from, it’s an attractive table in any environment. The Communicator also features an MDF core, the exclusive SICO® Armor-Edge® coating to protect its edges, nickel chrome or powder-coated legs, expansion rivet construction, and aircraft-quality lock-nuts and bolts that are tamper resistant and won’t loosen.

Celebrate School Spirit. Customize This Table with Your School Logo.

Product Specifications

Seating Capacity: 12 stools Top Length: 10′ (305 cm)
Top Width: 42″ (107 cm)
Table Heights: 27″ (69 cm), 30″(76 cm)
Storage Dimensions: 71″ L x 45″ W (180 cm x 114 cm)
Weight: 249 lbs (113 kg)

ADA Option
Seating Capacity: 8 stools & 4 wheelchairs
Top Length: 10′ (305 cm)
Top Width: 42″(107 cm)
Table Heights: 30″ (76 cm)
Storage Dimensions: 71″ L x 45″ W (180 cm x 114 cm)
Weight: 249 lbs (113 kg)

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