Dave in AZ good lesson thanks. I’ll use it.
Walton’s 36 x 24 SS Table Item #: 253997
18 gauge steel.
300 lbs for the table top
300 lbs for the adjustable shelf.
There are no casters available to fit these tables from Waltons
The tables are perfect for our uses. We ordered two of them and I and my wife put them together and used vice grips temporarily for welding to hold them together to make a larger table top.
I contacted customer service about them and Raven , a young lady there, answered my questions super fast with follow up info. I have never had that quick of a response from any customer service division. Thumbs up to Raven and Walton’s. Raven said they will be updating the description to include the gauge of steel and the poundage that they will support.
The hardware is solid and will work. I am 6’ 1" at 210 lbs and I sat on the top and it was fine. I crawled onto the bottom shelf and it held. Now, remember that its only allen screws holding up the shelf, but they are large and take a good bite into the table leg. I used an electric drill to torque them down.
These are simple tables and perfect for a small processing set up and are light but strong. I will probably get one more.
Thanks to Raven and Waltons. My first batch of sausage…ever…was made on February 5th, 2022. The eleven pound stuffer and tables were perfect.
ND Mike Big Green Egg Team Blue Regular Contributors Cast Iron Power User North Dakota last edited by
270WSM i have one of these tables and I really like it.
I need a portable table for a full size meat slicer. Is this unit stable enough to absorb the back and forth rocking as the slicer is running?
GWG8541 Regular Contributors Cast Iron Sous Vide Canning Team Blue Power User Military Veterans last edited by
samspade my slicer is manual, and it has no problems. It’s pretty stable since the bottom anchors the legs. The leveling legs are plastic and may be an issue on a slippery surface when the slicer is operating.
johnsbrewhouse Team Blue Regular Contributors Traeger Power User Sous Vide Canning Washington last edited by
270WSM If the tubes are standard sized, you can probably find casters somewhere. Most all tables tube are 1", just depends on how the bottom tips are mounted
A good caster supplier will have the correct round socket inserts that go in the base of the hollow legs to adapt them to standard stem castors.
Saw several offerings on Amazon and ebay.
GWG8541 thanks I have got to get the grinder, and slicer out of the kitchen soon. : )
Dave in AZ Military Veterans Sous Vide Canning Traeger Regular Contributors Power User Arizona last edited by
These tables sound good for an outdoor kitchen. I need a few stainless tables for mine.