Corner Storage Units
A/V Media Furniture
Book Display Stands
FURNITURE by JONTI-CRAFT
The natural Baltic Birch school furniture
is made by Jonti-Craft
in the USA. The Jonti-Craft company has employed environmentally sensitive
practices, making the products an eco-friendly option for schools
and daycare centers.
The Jonti-Craft company carefully optimizes its use of wood
materials to ensure that scrap wood is kept to a minimum.
Nearly 100% of the wood waste materials are recycled or used for
agricultural purposes. Proper forestry management plans are
also in place, including forest re-growth and harvest plans that
ensure a low environmental impact. Jonti-Craft was the first
early childhood furniture manufacturer to develop the non-toxic,
lead free finish called KYDZTUFF«, a finish that is over 99% solid,
reducing the amount of solvents that are released into the
atmosphere through the drying process. The remaining waste,
less than 1% is sent to a chemical re-claimer and reformulated for
reuse in concrete for highways.
NATURAL BALTIC BIRCH CLASSROOM FURNITURE
- 11 Ply 5/8" Natural Baltic Birch
plywood, considered by experts to be the
strongest plywood in the world.
- Classic look, all pieces blend
- 15" depth cabinets, allowing for
seamless classroom configurations.
- Includes KYDZSafe«
features: Rounded edges and corners.
- Full-length piano
hinges, the strongest and safest available.
- KYDZTuff« Finish.
A non-toxic, lead-free
finish that is stain resistant and won't yellow (the same finish
as gymnasium floors).
- Strong, safe and
sturdy dowel pin construction.
- Caster brackets in
- Corner brackets and
- Lifetime factory warranty
- Units ship fully assembled
- Made in the USA.
Strongest Plywood in the World!
Dowel Pin construction increases strength and extends
product lifetime by 50%
length piano hinges.
The strongest and safest - won't pinch little fingers!
Edges and Corners.
Sturdy caster brackets in mobile units.
American tradition, Jonti-Craft products can be found in
schools, libraries and daycare centers across America.