User Guide: Round Tables


Nearly all Smart Spacer® branded products use acrylic panels (aka plexiglass). Industry standard is to ship acrylic panels with paper or plastic protecting each side. If you have just a few panels, you can simply peel off the paper/plastic. If you'd like tips on doing that more efficiently, see this video:

Round Table

Smart Spacers® for Round tables are available in two types — clampless and with clamps. When using clamps, it’s the same process as clampless, except you use clamps on the outer edge of the table instead of panel holders.

If you are using the clamped version, refer to the user guide PDF in addition to the video. Click here to download the current user guide for clamped round tables.

Tables that Fold in Half

If you are using a clampless version of Smart Spacers® on a table that folds in half (e.g., has a seam in the center of the table's surface), we suggest you initially install to one side or the other the seam, and then once assembled, move to the position you would like.

Cleaning and Disinfecting

There’s a difference between cleaning and disinfecting. For details, please see details on best practices on our cleaning page.


Smart Spacers® are manufactured to the specifications indicated for table size. Therefore, Smart Spacer® cannot be liable if it does not fit nor meet the requirements you need. Customer assumes all liability for both installation and periodic checks to make sure that the Smart Spacer® system is working properly (e.g., the tension is sufficient to keep panels in place, and system is secure). In no event shall the company, its officers, directors or employees, its suppliers, or any third parties be liable for any damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, incidental and consequential damages, lost profits, or damages resulting to other property, as well as injuries) resulting from the installation and/or use of the Smart Spacer®, whether based on warranty, contract, tort, or any other legal theory, and whether or not the company is advised of the possibility of such damages.