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Timber or wooden plinths are perfect for art galleries, museums and showroom areas that do not require regular movement of the plinths.
Made from 16mm MDF, these plinths are reasonably heavy (around 15kg for an average size) and can support weights up to 150kg without additional reinforcing. Talk to us if you have a super-heavy structure to put on your plinth.
MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) is a dense composite timber board with a smooth finish and high strength.
The plinths are finished in white melamine laminate as standard, with custom colours available on request. The laminate provides a hard wearing, low sheen and washable surface with minimal light reflection. We typically offer colours from the COLOURpyne range, which feature a modern selection of solid colours and woodgrains with a choice of textures to suit. Click to view the COLOURpyne melamine colours PDF.
The plinths can also be finished in painted or printed coatings, which provides the opportunity to customise the plinth to your exact specifications. Painted plinths can be in matt, satin or gloss paint finishes.
Standard widths are 300mm, 400mm, 500mm and 600mm. If you have specific sizing requirements just let us know and we'll be happy to help.
Heights range from 100mm to 1200mm. If you need something out of the ordinary, just ask.
A 'standard' plinth size is 400mm square and 900mm high.
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Just want to say thank you! The plinths arrived today and look fantastic.
Can’t wait to get them instore. Amazing job :)
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