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4Most 200x100 cm Standard Desk in HPC or Glass

4Most 200x100 cm Standard Desk in HPC or Glass
Standard Desk
  • 4Most 200 x 100 cm Rectangular Desk
  • Optional Height adjustable legs available through 62 - 86 cm
  • Glass or HPC2 surface
  • Metallic Structure


The standard desks are available in a large selection of different sizes to cater to every type of office. The materials used are durable and cost effective to ensure that the best overall result is achieved. Height adjustable legs are available as an optional extra, and glass surfaces are available in some size ranges of the standard desk range.
Standard Rectangular Desks

The standard desks in the 4most office collection are an unfailing classic. Their sharp edges, smooth finishes and reliable structure enable this design to thrive within an office environment. The metallic structure beams are a striking contrast to the wood effect surface, adding a modern dimension to the classic design. 4most have kept the standard desks simplistic, although there is the option for the addition of features such as height adjustable legs, or a glass worktop instead of the wood effect. These options help to appeal to the whole demographic, and not just a select few.

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System Furniture Desktop Finishes Amber Cherry (ra) Salmon Pear (rb) Golden Beech (rc) Light Oak (rd) Pearl Grey (rg) Snow White (re) Cinnamon Walnut (rf)
System Furniture Structure Aluminium (sa) White (so)
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What is MFC The full name for MFC is Melamine Faced Chipboard and this is what most office furniture is made from. It is a man made product, often finished in a wood effect. It is extremely hardwearing and durable, and will not fade over time. It is also resistant to most chemicals usually encountered in an office environment. The manufacturing process is quite complex but put simply, a thin sheet of paper print (almost like a thin wall-paper of the wood grain ) is placed onto a sheet of Chipboard, and then melamine (a high temperature liquid plastic remember camping plates and cups) is poured over the surface, rolled out to a standard thickness, and then allowed to cool. The same is done to the opposite side and the board is then sent to the office furniture manufacturer to make it into office furniture.


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