Australian company Tomako is focused on supplying the commercial sector with a product range that covers office, boardroom and leisure applications.
November 21st, 2008
Established in 1974, the company is a pioneer in marketing a range of pedestal and disc bases in Australia. Tomako has since created a niche in the market by manufacturing durable table support products that comply with the European Standard for Stability and Mechanical Reliability.
Tomako – Aurora Pedestal Bases: Small (SP), Medium (MP), and Large (LP). Disc Bases: Comet, Saturn, Thomson, Eternity, Wine Glass and Wallace. Glass Tables: Clifford. Pedestal Legs: Fixed height, adjustable height and removable. Coat stands, table frames and chairs.
Tomako is committed to environmental sustainability and aims to reduce the impact on the environment through their focus on ESD with the development of new, more environmentally viable products for their collection.
Tomako provides an in-house support service to assist architects, designers and specifiers for project assistance.
15–18 working days for standard orders.
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