Contemporary public bench SOLID 6 & 8
woodengalvanized steelpowder-coated steel

contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
contemporary public bench
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
wooden, galvanized steel, powder-coated steel, COR-TEN® steel
Backrest
with backrest, without backrest
Armrest
without armrests
Options
with USB port
Ecological characteristics
FSC-certified

Description

In terms of design, our Solid 6 & 8 Benches are modest and ‘minimalistic’. Both the wooden seat and the steel supports have a closed (solid) character. The FSC® hardwood 7x7cm - 2.8”x2.8” beams are mounted in Streetlock® comb fittings; the space between the slats is only 8mm - 0.3”. The Solid slats are mounted with a rod and stainless-steel theft-proof flanged nuts. For maintenance or repairs, they can simply be replaced or turned over. The steel supports are also solid in appearance, the closed steel support minimises the chance of waste accumulation. The supports can be easily anchored to the surface with concealed attachments. Optionally, they are available with an RAL coating. With the special connection units, long bench configurations can be realized. The two backrest models complement the Solid range. Possibilities and restraints Standard seating depths are ca.46cm (6-slats) or 62 cm (8 slats) Available in standard lengths of ca.234 or 300cm On request available in custom lengths of up to ca.300cm Longer setups are possible with extension modules Optionally available are armrests or several types of backrests By default finished in galvanized steel, optionally steel parts in untreated weathering steel or finished in a double layer powder coating

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