Table System 500
A Workstation at Its Best.

The M 500 table system meets all the requirements of a modern-day workstation. Whether it be a meeting table, a computer station, adaptable corner groups, integrated lecterns, PC trays, a third working level: everything is possible.

What makes M 500 particularly stand out: its logistic qualities. The connectors make it possible to pre-mount the frame with the table top during production. On site, the system can be completed simply by slotting in the side sections and giving a single turn to the connectors. The result: a firmly-locked connection between frame and side sections, which makes for a sturdy table system that is easily assembled.

Moreover, it offers an excellent price-performance ratio. Moreover, from a design perspective the frame versions available for the Merkt 500 table system are likewise of the highest standard.

  1. Flexible frame system
    1. Even the standard combination frames enable step-by-step construction of a workstation system. The standard detachable cable ducts, corner frames, and top-based elements can all be added later.
  2. Height adjustment
    1. An Allen key is used for standard height adjustment in the range 650–850 mm. Alternatively, toolfree height adjustment is possible.
  3. Extensions
    1. Extensive options for linking and adaptation e.g.,
      - variable table linkages
      - third working level
      - PC tray
      - horizontal cable ducts

Inside stoppers

Innovative tool-free height adjustment

Height scale

Cable duct detached

PC Tray

The table system 500 by Merkt can be used as a straightforward individual table or as part of a highly complex work-station system that meets all the present and future requirements of the working world.

M 500 U-shaped base frame, dismantled

M 500 Bench

What sets the M 500 apart is the low number of components, which can be assembled easily and quickly. This brings a time saving combined with a logical system – but which is not short on stability.

M 500 – the cost-effective Merkt table system for now and the future.