Grosfillex Market Umbrellas and Patio Umbrellas
Grosfillex is dedicated to high quality, and their market umbrellas are no exception. These sturdy outdoor patio umbrellas are available with a wide range of features and options to suit your needs.
A pulley system facilitates opening and closing the canopy by pulling on a rope. The Outdura fabric is fade, stain and mildew resistant and the brass components resist corrosion. Always lower umbrellas in windy conditions, operator’s discretion advised to prevent damage.
The occasional tables provided by Grosfillex offer the perfect finishing touch to your restaurant patio. They’re designed to complement the chairs and chaises in your establishment, allowing guests to place their drink, appetizer or personal belongings without obstructing the view of the sun. These tables are typically made from resin, so they’re able to withstand a variety of weather conditions.
Because of their one-piece design, Grosfillex occasional tables are easy to take out of their packaging and put to use. They also typically don’t require any assembly, saving you valuable time and labor. They’re also compact, making them ideal for storing in an area where you can easily access them when needed.
These outdoor tables also come with a convenient pulley to facilitate easy opening and closing. They also feature a selection of Outdura solution-dyed acrylic traditional fabric colors, Grade C, to ensure maximum color fastness and ease of maintenance. They’re also fade, stain, mildew and salt resistant, and all brass hardware resists corrosion.
These wooden tables can be paired with all of the standard Grosfillex pedestal table bases. They should be lowered in windy conditions to prevent potential damage. This table is sold in multiples of 30 tables, and cannot be purchased as a single item. Please note that combining this item with other items may change the shipping method, and can result in increased shipping costs.
The side tables available from Grosfillex are designed to fit under their patio umbrellas, adding an attractive and practical feature to your commercial outdoor dining area. These tables have a tabletop surface that provides space for food and drinks, with a base that is sturdy enough to prevent the table from blowing away during heavy winds.
Some of these tables have built-in cup holders to hold beverages, making them convenient for guests to use when they are enjoying a meal or beverage outside. They also have a compact design, so they can be easily stored when not in use, freeing up more space in your outdoor seating area.
Grosfillex occasional tables, such as the model 98942731 that Central Restaurant Products sells, are usually composed of resin, so they can stand up to harsh weather conditions without damage. These tables are often lightweight, so they can be picked up and carried by one person for easy transport between spaces. They are also typically stackable, allowing them to be efficiently stored when not in use.
This pacific blue market umbrella comes equipped with eight reinforced ribs and a 2-piece 1 1/2″ hard kempas wood pole for structural strength. Its Outdura solution-dyed acrylic traditional fabric is Grade C, ensuring color fastness and long-lasting performance. Its fade, stain, and mildew resistant construction is complemented by all brass hardware to resist corrosion. This push-up, telescopic garden umbrella has a 7.1/2′ diameter and is compatible with all pedestal tables.
For market umbrellas that are meant to be stationary in a grassy area or garden situation, a base can be cemented into the ground to hold the center pole. The same is true for patio umbrellas that are on a wooden deck and can be bolted to a table surface mount or anchored between support beams underneath the deck.
While a market umbrella is used in markets, stalls and fairs where the traders protect their goods, a patio umbrella is mostly used for relaxation purposes. As a result, market umbrellas are usually bigger than patio umbrellas.
Some market umbrellas have a tilting option for directional shade. For example, Frankford Monterey’s Auto-Tilt feature allows you to crank the canopy past vertical to provide a desired shading radius without having to leave your seat.
Other models, such as the cantilever patio umbrella, can rotate on a 360-degree axis, quadrupling the potential shade radius of your canopy. These types of patio umbrellas are usually heavier than traditional model market umbrellas, but are made with durable materials that are built to withstand commercial use.
The Grosfillex US624278 2000 pedestal outdoor table base is an ideal companion to market and patio umbrellas. Its sturdy four-prong design provides a solid foundation that can seat up to six people comfortably. The base is made from 100% prime resin that is impervious to salt air chlorine and most common food stains. It also has a built-in, centered umbrella hole that fits Grosfillex’s 1 1/2″ pole, eliminating the need for an additional umbrella base.
Umbrella bases are an integral part of a shade solution. They secure the pole to a free-standing or fixed mount and provide stability for large umbrellas to better resist winds of 50mph or more. There are free-standing options that take the form of a bucket, a cement tube, or a deck surface mount, as well as in-ground or concrete models.
A base can also make a mobile umbrella more convenient, especially for spaces where there is one primary area to enjoy the shade. It can enable a patio umbrella to be positioned where there is less sun exposure, like between chairs or near a pool.
The hubs house the upper and lower ribs which connect the canopy to the pole and move up and down to open and close the umbrella. Ribs can be made from aluminum, which is stiff and lightweight, fiberglass, which is flexible, or a more durable material such as stainless steel, which is resistant to chlorine (pool water), salt air, acid rain, and rust.
Many market and patio umbrellas include tilt technology to provide directional shade as the sun moves overhead throughout the day. For example, the Napoli model from Barlow Tyrie tilts by rotating a rib in a clockwise direction. Some ribs are also fitted with lighting fixtures to enhance visibility and add ambiance at night.