Work tables with cabinets can be found in many Canadian restaurants and commercial kitchens because of the convenience they offer. If you need a place in your kitchen to do some prep work, but you also need some extra storage space, why not get a two in one? As with regular stainless steel tables, enclosed work tables come in a variety of sizes. They are typically 24" or 30" deep (from front to back) and come in a number of widths, so you should be able to find one that's in the right size.
When looking for a table, look at the quality of the material it was made with. Most of these tables are stainless steel, but not all stainless steel is created equal. Remember this: the lower the gauge, the higher the quality. So a 14 gauge table will be heavy duty and a 18 gauge table will be light duty. But just because something is "light duty" doesn't mean it's a wimp... remember, these are all commercial tables, so as long as you're not doing really heavy duty work on the table, it should be able to suffice.
What's considered heavy duty work? Well, you might not be able to place a heavy countertop cooking item on a light duty table. If the table has their load capacity, check that out. And if you're unsure, give us a call and we can help you figure it out.
The cabinets on these work tables have a number of different styles. You can get sliding doors, swing doors, or drawers, or some combination thereof. Just think of the type of products you want to be storing. Bigger items? Smaller items? Items you're want to access frequently or infrequently?
One last thing: some of these tables are "knock-down" and others are welded together. A knock down table will require you to assemble it, but the shipping cost may be less.