Contemporary public bench HEAVY-HEAVY INDUSTRY
woodengalvanized steelpowder-coated steel

contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
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wooden, galvanized steel, powder-coated steel, COR-TEN® steel
without backrest
without armrests
Ecological characteristics
FSC-certified, made from recycled materials

234 cm, 300 cm (92.1 in)

Seat depth

46 cm, 62 cm (18 in)


Heavy-Heavy (H-H) Industry Benches feature heavy beams measuring 14x21 cm – 5.5”x8.2” and are mounted on sturdy supports with an industrial appearance. In contrast to standard H-H Benches, whose supports are concealed under the beams, the supports of H-H Industry beams are visible halfway up the beam. The Streetlock® nuts protrude through these plates to allow for fixing of the beams. The Streetlock© system extends the lifespan because the beams are easy to rotate, even after ten years. An attractive connecting support unit enables extra-long bench configurations. The supports are made of hot-dip galvanised steel, CorTen or powder-coated steel. The benches, with 3 or 4 beams and have standard lengths of 234 and 300 cm – 92” and 118”. The H-H beams are made from Upcycled Hardwood or Lava Grey, a maintenance-free recyclate. Lava Grey is a sustainable alternative to wood and consists entirely of recycled household plastic waste. Possibilities and restraints Available in standard lengths of ca.234 or 300 cm Standard seating depths are ca.46 cm (3 beams) or 62 cm (4 beams) By default finished in galvanised steel (-TH), optionally steel parts in untreated weathering steel (-CT) or finished in a double layer powder coating (-PC)


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