Acralyte is the world’s premier finish for restaurant table tops and bars.

Exclusively from Table Topics, Acralyte eliminates problems associated with heat, abrasion and chemical wear. Frustrated by the rapid deterioration of epoxy resin finishes, we spent years researching alternatives, employing the opinions of our customers around the world and an experienced group of chemists. Acralyte is the product of these efforts, and our table tops are unmatched for quality, durability and beauty.

Unfortunately, we do not provide tables for residential use.

Due to the custom nature of our work, we have a 5 top minimum order.  Processing orders for less than 5 tops becomes too cost prohibitive for our clients.

We have determined that it’s in your best interest as well as ours to allow the companies that specialize in home furnishings to serve individual needs.

The most efficient way for us to quote a project for you is through our website catalog.

If you have a custom design, please send us an email with your design specs and some general detail about your project. After received you’ll be contacted by our customer service.

We can answer further questions about our company and products but we do NOT quote over the phone.

We strive to make sure nothing is missed when providing a quote and fulfilling your order. That’s why when it comes to your project, we want to be sure we have written details that we can reference for quoting and order processing.

All of our orders are custom made to meet our client’s specific needs.  We produce our tables in several styles, shapes and sizes.

Because of this, all of our prices vary from project to project. All of this is done to make sure that our clients are getting exactly what they want as well as being fairly priced.

Most likely yes! We have several incredible representatives across the country ready to assist you with your project.

A phone call or inquiry through the website and we’ll get you in touch with them right away.

In the event that we don’t have a representative in your area, we have an experienced customer service department that will be able to provide you with any assistance that you may need.

No problem. We have an expert design team willing to help shape your vision.

Also, we have a specification guide on the bottom bar of the page that will guide you step by step into how to go about specifying and designing your table.

An order that has been acknowledged and put into production cannot be cancelled unless agreed to in writing.

We may store merchandise for a customer if possible. Storage rates are available directly from us.

We will adhere to shipping and routing requirements requested by customers but reserve the right to change them if necessary. If no routing information is provided, we will ship by the best way available to us.

Freight charges are paid by the customer/purchaser. Prepaid freight charges will be billed to the purchaser.

We do not assume responsibility for freight charges.

We will charge for packing only when unusual crating is required or requested. We do pack for export: write us for a quote. Our table tops are Class 70, and ship from 36530. Please check the shipping cartons as soon as they arrive. File any reports of damage with the shipper immediately. Our merchandise is thoroughly inspected before it leaves the factory.

All freight damage claims must be first made by the customer against the carrier.

Returned goods will not be accepted for exchange or credit unless we have given our written agreement before the return shipment is made.
Products made by Table Topics are warranted to the original purchaser for a period of two years from the date of shipment to be free from factory defects in workmanship and materials.  Claims related to defects of the product must be submitted prior to the expiration of the warranty period.

The warranty service will be provided without any charge when the product has been used for the purpose it was manufactured for and has been given reasonable care in transit, storage and operations.  Such service will consist of repair at factory discretion or replacement of the defective product.  In all cases, Table Topics does reserve the right of inspection prior to making a decision regarding warranty repair or replacement.

This warranty will not apply to products that are damaged by accident, improper use, abuse, misuse or neglect. This warranty does not apply if repairs are undertaken by anyone other than an authorized Table Topics representative. Table Topics does not assume labor charges associated with unauthorized repairs or unauthorized installation of warranty replacements.

This warranty does not apply to damage of the finish that is the result of items being placed directly on the table that are hotter than 190°F.  Nor does it cover damage to the finish that is the result of abrasive dinnerware or tableware used in service.  This includes dishes with abrasive bottoms.

These tables are designed and manufactured for indoor use only.  Outdoor use or use in areas that are not climate controlled and protected from weather elements void all warranties.

Any claims regarding freight damage must be noted on the Bill of Lading at the time of delivery.  Warranty claims regarding freight damage only apply to orders shipped by authorized Table Topics carriers.  Freight claims regarding orders shipped by third party carriers must be made to the carrier itself.

Table Topics neither assumes, nor authorizes any person to assume for it, any other obligation of liability in connection with the sale of its products.  This warranty is expressly in lieu of any other warranties, express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

Acralyte is a high end furniture finish. Proper care and maintenance will avoid problems and add years of outstanding service to the life of the product.

Acralyte offers an unmatched level of scratch resistance in the furniture industry.  Nevertheless, dinnerware with abrasive undersides and other coarse items used in service can still cause the finish to scratch or become hazy.  This type of damage is typically caused by dinnerware that was purchased with an unpolished or unsmoothed bottom.   DO NOT use abrasive dinnerware or other coarse items in service.

Acralyte will withstand hot temperatures.  However, dishes placed directly on the table at over 190ºF can leave rings in the finish. DO NOT place items over 190ºF directly on the table.

Acralyte is very chemical resistant.  This finish is designed to withstand all household and industrial strength furniture cleaners.  Please contact the factory or a factory representative if you are unsure as to how Acralyte will hold up to specific cleaners or chemicals.

These tables are designed and manufactured for indoor use only.  DO NOT use these tables outdoors or in an area that is not climate controlled and protected from weather elements.

Care and maintenance instructions apply to high gloss, satin and matte – Acralyte® finishes.

Daily Procedures: Clean regularly with soap and water using a non-abrasive cloth rag or towel. If soap and water appear to streak, use Windex, 409 or any other glass cleaner to remove the streaks.

Table cleaning wipes designed to be used in restaurants can be used as an alternative to soap and water.  These products will not affect the Acralyte finish.

Periodic Procedures: Periodically (every 2-4 weeks as needed), add ammonia or a strong degreasing solution (found at most hardware stores) to water to remove any grease buildup on the table.  After all grease residue is removed, wash with soap and water then spray with glass cleaner to remove any streaks.  This makes clean up after meals much easier, quicker, and cleaner. As grease builds up, it becomes harder to clean the tabletop.