Extra Heavy-Duty Bench with Back - Perforated Pattern

SKU CCW-32-029-02586
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  • Perforated seat & back
  • 6', 8', 10' and 15' lengths available
  • Multiple colors and mounting options
  • Stainless steel with thermoplastic finish
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$707.75

Product Overview

One of the most popular benches there are – the Extra Heavy-Duty Bench. It features all stainless steel hardware, a 2-3/8" O.D. all MIG welded frame, a 1’’ O.D. brace for portable frames and cover plates for inground and surface mounts. In addition to these three mounting types, this bench can also be wall mounted. It comes in various sizes and you can choose the color that suits you best, as well as the standard or deluxe seating option.

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Extra Heavy-Duty Bench with Back - Perforated Pattern

Features:

  • Stainless steel hardware
  • 2-3/8" O.D. all MIG welded frame
  • 1" O.D. brace (portable frame only)
  • 12" seating standard or optional deluxe 15" seating
  • Portable, inground, surface mount, or wall mount
  • Cover plates available for inground and surface mount
  • Thermoplastic finish with powder coated frame
  • With back
  • Perforated pattern
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools, universities, office campuses, shopping malls etc.

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 6’, 8’, 10’, or 15’
  • Mounting Type: Portable, Inground, Surface, or Wall mount
  • Design: with Back
  • Pattern: Perforated
  • Finish: Thermoplastic
  • Customizable? Size, mounting type, color

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10/31/2019
Kacie
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Bench (in black)

Love the product! The coating looks amazing and we are very happy with how professional it looks.

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