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Valentine Equipment unveils the Thirty Second Flatpack table

02 September 2012 by
Valentine Equipment unveils the Thirty Second Flatpack table

Caterers who need a heavy duty table in a hurry will welcome the new Thirty Second Flatpack ](http://www.30secondflatpack.com)that is now available from fryer specialist [Valentine Equipment](http://www.valentinefryers.com/).

Thanks to their patented hinge mechanisms, the flatpacks can be converted into freestanding, high-strength tables in just 30 seconds without needing to use any tools. This makes them ideal occasional tables for event catering and barbecues, and they can also be used as easily-moved permanent tables.

The customisable tables are made from 304 grade stainless steel and include an undershelf as a standard feature. Optional extras include a steel upstand and a range of single and double bowl sinks.

By Angela Frewin

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