The strong structure of the bench FLY is made in steel (60/10 thickness). It’s the result of two load-bearing elements welded together through a continuous welding, supported by 8 futher elements (60/10 thickness). The upper part of the bench has a peculiar shape combining more exotic wood slats (40 mm thick) in a way that they look as one piece. The seat is fixed to the load-bearing structure through M10 countersunk screws. To make the wooden seat even stronger, two solid steel plates (80/10 thick) are fixed to the underlying part. The base of the metal structure has 4 holes (10 mm diam.) to be fixed to the ground through specific bolts (not provided).
Steel EN10111DD11 is used for the realization of this product and all the elements in this material, after all the different stages (cutting, bending, welding), are treated with electrogalvanizing according to the UNI regulations and are later polyester powder-coated with RAL colours at choice.
The wood used is either Iroko or Okume, treated with natural, water-repellent, UV ray resistant oils.