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    Maxton Fox

    Tasman Workstation

    The Tasman Workstation designed and manufactured by Maxton Fox has undergone extensive engineering and sustainability research together with Western Sydney University’s Professor of Engineering. So much so, stability, sustainability and circular economy processes have been adopted throughout the entire process from design to manufacture on this workstation.

    Made using E0 GECA certified board, with GECA certified Linoleum, combined with reclaimed timber treated with a soft oak finish and Australian steel frame fabricated, and powder-coated onsite at our Maxton Fox manufacturing facility. Not to mention, steel clips to support the PET sustainable eco-panel screen for semi-privacy.

    The Tasman workstation you see here is a back-to-back formation. Also available as a single workstation or in a linear cluster.The Tasman is a fixed height workstation. 

    Tasman Workstation's features:

    • Extremely stable and strong frame that is built to last
    • Sustainable materials used throughout the entire process
    • E0 GECA certified board
    • GECA Certified Lineoleum
    • Australian steel
    • This is a fixed height only workstation
    • Multiple colours available in the Linoleum
    • Multiple colours available in powder-coat
    • Multiple stain options available in the timber legs
       

     Tasman Workstation dimension:

    • H Fixed: 720
    • D: 700 / 1400
    • L: 1800
       

    Tasman Workstation certifications:

    • E0 Certified Board
    • GECA certified materials
    • Green Energy Trading Manufacturer
    • ISO 9001
    • ISO 14001
    • Australia made
       

     Delivery:

    Average 4-6 week lead time.

     

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