About this product
- 1-3/4"-thick blended-grain maple top
- Finished with penetrating oil; Varnique semi-gloss finish is available (but voids NSF certification)
- Adjustable Bracing is 1-1/4" round O.D. 18-gauge type 300 tubular stainless steel with #4 polish, satin finish
- Legs are 1-5/8" round O.D. 16-gauge type 300 tubular stainless steel
- Stainless steel gussets
- 1" adjustable stainless steel bullet feet
- Sizes: 24, 30 or 36"W (deep); 8 lengths from 36" to 120" (at 12" increments); 35-1/4"H
- Optional stainless steel roller-bearing drawer is 15" wide, 20" front to back and 5" top to bottom,
Note: Tables 84" and longer are equipped with 6 legs or casters. Note: Some assembly is required.
John Boos Bakers Tables with Maple Butcher Block Tops Make Exquisite Tables for Baking
Butcher block is the perfect material for a baker's table. Its surface is smooth, sturdy and steady, so great for mashing, kneading, rolling and cutting dough. And nothing will satisfy the baker or pastry chef more than a tasty loaf of bread, croissant, pie crust or tart made from dough worked and cut on his or her own baking table. The standard finish for all Boos Maple-Top tables for baking is a natural, penetrating oil. Alternatively, you can choose a protective Varnique semi-gloss varnish finish which is easy to care for and speeds clean-up, but be aware that wood with a Varnique finish should not be directly cut upon and only a baker's table with a natural oil finish meets NSF stardards.
Boos Bakers Tables Come in a Variety of Configurations
You can select a 1-3/4-inch thick maple-top table with either a partial (i.e., rear) riser or a full riser in a wide range of sizes. These tops can be mounted on galvanized or stainless steel bases with or without a lower shelf. Other options for the table’s base include a single drawer, a 3-drawer stack or an enclosed stainless steel base cabinet with sliding doors. Flat-top tables come in two thicknesses: 1-1/2 or 2-1/4 inches thick. Their sizes range up to 120 inches in length and as wide as 60 inches. Finally, you have the option of adding a stainless steel drawer on roller bearings to many standard Boos bakery tables.
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John Boos & Co. backs up its products with a one-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
At their election, Boos will either repair or replace a product determined to be defective. This warranty does not apply to damage resulting from normal wear and tear, accidents, abuse, neglect, misuse, alterations* or exposure to extreme conditions. Nor does it pertain to wood products ordered unfinished.
*With respect to Boos wood countertops: Cutting into a countertop (e.g., trimming its length or width or executing miter cuts or cutouts) will void the manufacturer's warranty. Should you desire a custom size, a miter cut or a cutout, consider calling for pricing on factory-warranted custom cuts.
Neither Boos nor Butcher Block Co. will be liable for any loss or damage arising from use of products or for any consequential damages.
30-Day Return & Exchange Policy
If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason, you may return or exchange it within 30 days of the date of purchase. Since all John Boos products are made-to-order,a 20% restocking fee will apply and you will be responsible for return shipping costs. Please note that customized merchandise (e.g., custom countertops) cannot be returned or exchanged (unless the goods arrive in damaged condition, of course).
If you find the identical, brand new product for less (including shipping & handling) on another website within 3 days of your purchase, email us the address of the webpage where you found the lower-price offer. If we determine that the online store is an authorized John Boos dealer, we will refund the difference. Please note that Butcher Block Co. will not always be able to match a lower price offer (e.g., in cases where doing so would violate legal agreements between us and our manufacturer-partners) and any refund may be limited (e.g., in cases where the competing offer is below our all-in cost).