Why Concrete? Concrete is Beautiful
Built to International Table Tennis Federation specifications and engineered to last, our concrete tables are manufactured in the USA. We see our product as a singular, even provocative way to bring outdoors a game played in all nations, by all ages and genders. The table promotes fitness and social interaction, and introduces art and beauty into the American common space.
The Silk Table
Shown with Prism Net in Stainless Steel
The Silk Table’s hand-rubbed finish displays rich grays of differing depths and tones.
The Stone Table
Shown with City Grid Net in Powder Coat
The Stone Table has a terrazzo finish. Our diamond grinding wheels shave a bit off the topmost pebbles inside the concrete. This reveals their minerals, transparencies, and hues.
We use Portland Type 1 cement and aggregate at 5000 psi conforming to ASTM standard and reinforced. Brackets are powder coated or stainless steel.
Powder Coat Paint MSDS (PDF)
After molding, the concrete parts are hand polished, then sealed with a polymer which resists graffiti paint and salt spray.
Our optional Exposed Aggregate finish is produced by diamond grinding the table's surfaces to reveal the beautiful multi-hued pebbles inside our concrete.
Available in Black Powder Coated Mild Steel or Stainless Steel
Shown in Stainless Steel
Our popular Prism net has a personality. If your ultra-slam hits the net, it rings with a soft gong sound like a 1970s videogame blooper tone. The shot loops back to you in a gentle arc, a hundred times slower than the slam. The effect is gentle parody. On the other hand, low speed shots into the net roll back quicker to the player— the 60˚ slope returns them like a bowling alley mechanism. (Convenient if you play from a wheelchair.) The round top allows dramatic ricochet angles. Nappers rest their heads on it. Built for skateboarders to grind.
CITY GRID NET
Shown in Stainless Steel
A clean and elegant upright grid. More see-through than the Prism—spot your opponents’ hands through the net. Ideal for the residential backyard.
Frequently asked questions
Does the table conform to International Table Tennis Federation regulations?
Is the ball bounce normal, like that of an indoor table? How does the ball play feel?
What is the required assembly?
What is the delivery lead time?
What is the warranty?
How can I put paddles and balls in the hand of the public?
Which world city has the most concrete tables?