Halcon’s Halo edge designed to prevent chair damage
June 15, 2017 | 5:49 pm CDT
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Halcon Halo edge table.

CHICAGO -- Contract Magazine named Halcon Furniture its Best of NeoCon 2017 for its Halo conference room furniture.

Halcon Furniture’s Halo edge was displayed on tables at the company’s NeoCon showroom. The edge sticks out from the tabletop and is designed to prevent damage to chairs and tables.

At NeoCon, FDMC and Woodworking Network spoke with Halcon representatives who talked about the Halo materials and benefits. Halcon’s David Schneider said that all Halcon products are made in its Stewartville, Minnesota plant, and the company sources materials from Midwestern companies.

Contemporary tables are encircled by the Halo edge, providing vital connectivity and unique protection with improved impact-resistance. Any chair striking the table edge is defended from damage by Halo’s perimeter profile. Table surfaces are equally protected, remaining pure in material and form with power and data cleanly integrated into the Halo edge, according to Halcon.

Modern sideboard storage and bench options complement Halo tables and can be configured to meet any need. Modules accommodate refrigeration, cutlery, waste bins, glassware, and more.

Other Contract winners included Gunlocke Calia seating, Bernhardt Design Terry Crews lounge furniture, HBF Harmoni table and Bentley Mills Night Vision carpet. See http://www.halconfurniture.com/

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