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packaging table
stainless steel work table

Packaging tables are versatile and designed for a wide variety of uses  made of stainless steel , one of the most popular being used as “working tables” in the packaging industry. Packing tables stay clean and organized. The organization helps maximize packing speed to simplify the packing process and ultimately ship products faster. Packing tables increase product flow and productivity simplify your packaging processes and allow for maximum efficiency. Lastly, packing tables provide increased storage in a smaller space. Save room in your warehouse by utilizing a packing table as a place to store materials. Customizable shelves, drawers, and configurations and make it easy to store and organize more materials.

The Advantages of Packaging Tables:

For any product it has advantages that can be a benchmark for someone to use these items and adjust to current needs. The following advantages:

  1. Tables that use modified steel material so that its durability is no doubt.
  2. Has a high heat resistance (heat resistance)
  3. Does not have pores or gaps (non-porous) so it will not absorb water, this makes this table resistant to water and becomes very important if the table fills parts of the house that are often exposed to water such as the kitchen set table.
  4. Very easy to clean, just a clean wet cloth to clean the table from the material.
  5. Easy to care for, because this product is corrosion resistant and free from mold or insects that can damage other furniture.
  6. Has antibacterial properties
  7. Has a long life because it can withstand long-term corrosion
  8. Stains rarely stick, this is the main property of stainless steel.

Whether you manage a factory or a warehouse, a catering business, or a restaurant, a packaging table can be a useful accessory. It offers several advantages for almost every working environment.

Therefore, what is considered when it comes to determining the quality of a standard packaging table is considered by the following factors

Material Used: Stainless Steel

Durable, attractive, and food-safe, stainless steel is an iron alloy known for its strength, corrosion resistance, and modern styling. Stainless steel workbenches provide several advantages to the warehouse, factory, restaurant, or other business. Therefore, when it comes to the various types of steel, its determined by gauges as listed for you

300 series stainless steel is more corrosion resistant than 400 series because it contains nickel, in addition to having a higher percentage of chromium. Since the 400 series stainless steel lacks nickel, it is slightly magnetic. 300 series stainless steel is not magnetic because it contains nickel.

Type 304 is one of the most common types of stainless steel used for commercial work tables due to its high resistance to corrosion and rust. With its low carbon content and high levels of chromium and nickel, this type of stainless steel offers superior durability that can withstand the rigors of daily use in any commercial environment. It’s also easy to sanitize, making it ideal for busy kitchens.

Type 430 stainless steel is a lower grade of steel that contains chromium and iron, making it less resistant to corrosion than type 304 stainless steel, yet still ideal for environments with mild corrosion susceptibility. A low-cost alternative to typing 304 work tables, type 430 stainless steel prep tables are perfect for performing basic tasks such as preparing fruits and vegetables, mixing ingredients, and plating meals.


There are several stainless-steel alloys, but the types used for industrial applications are prized for their ultimate tensile, compressive, and yield strength. Since stainless steel workbenches are strong and durable, they can sustain heavy loads. This is especially advantageous for applications requiring the placement or storage of heavy castings, machine and automotive parts, and metal stock.

If you need a heavy-duty table for assembly, material handling, or other activities that require a work surface with high resistance to wear and tear, stainless steel is an excellent choice.


Stainless steel is known for its corrosion resistance, which stems from a minimum chromium content of 10.5%. This prevents the iron in the alloy from rusting, which allows the material to maintain its structural integrity and strength in a wide variety of environments, including those that are humid. Stainless steel also has significant impact resistance, so if you drop it, drop a heavy object on it, or a forklift operator collides with it, it remains functional.

Easy to Clean

Stainless steel is easier to clean than many other materials. This means you can maintain cleanliness standards in commercial kitchens and industrial workspaces using stainless steel work tables. Dirt, grime, and chemical residues don’t adhere as well to a stainless-steel workbench, so you can scrub these away using general household cleaning products. This is also why flat-top stainless-steel products are suitable for medical facilities.

Heat Resistance

Unlike wood and plastic, stainless steel has a high melting point — between 2,500°F and 2,800°F — and is inherently fire-resistant. This allows you to perform high heat-related tasks using a stainless-steel bench without worrying about causing damage to the work surface. It also benefits chefs and line cooks because you can place cookware directly on the bench after heating it on the stove or in the oven.

Modern Appearance

The practical function isn’t the only reason to consider a particular type of material or design. Sometimes you want to choose furniture, in part, because it’s cosmetically attractive. Whether brushed or polished, stainless steel can display an aesthetically pleasing luster and modern style to complement newer fixtures in a commercial kitchen or workshop.


Due to its strength, durability, and resistance to rust, stainless steel products last for years, especially compared to wood, plastic, and other materials. This makes them an excellent long-term investment.


However, once it reaches the end of its service life, stainless steel products can be recycled and repurposed into other products, reducing waste and environmental harm.

                                   What to Look For?

When choosing to buy a stainless-steel packaging table, it’s always essential to determine the gauge of the steel before you place your order. Not every manufacturer fabricates benches to the same standards or thicknesses. It’s also worth considering how the bench can complement other furniture or fixtures and how well it can fit. Aside from dimensions, there’s also the question of maneuverability.

At NEEMA TECHNOLOGIES, we highly consider the gauges of the steel we use to make the packaging table, of which we use the class 300 steel class more specifically food grade 304, to ensure quality for all your packaging needs free of contamination

To get a PACKGING TABLE and fulfil all your packaging needs at your workstation, contact NEEMA TECHNOLOGIES COMPANY, a manufacturer, dealer and supplier of this and many more equipment countrywide. For inquiries or making an order call +254792880966




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