Plain Slatted Wood Park Bench - 60 In.

SKU CCW-38-029-02191
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  • 65-45-12 Ductile Iron Castings
  • Wood rails
  • 60"L x 24.5"W x 32"H and 130lbs/145lbs
  • 9 frame color options
  • Surface mount
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$1,069.90 $891.59

Product Overview

The Plain Slatted Wood Park Bench is made of cast iron, while its slats can be made from either white oak or ipe. It is designed with backs and arms and features a polyester finish. The bench comes in many different sizes and colors.

Includes:
Plain Slatted Wood Park Bench

Features:

  • Made of cast iron
  • Slats made of white oak or ipe
  • Polyester powder finish
  • Designed with back and arms
  • Available in multiple sizes and colors
  • Used in parks and many more settings

 Color Option

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Cast Iron
  • Slats Material: White Oak or Ipe
  • Size: 48’’, 60’’, 72’’ or 96’’
  • Slats Size: 2½" Wide x ¾" Thick
  • Weight: 110 lbs., 125 lbs., 130 lbs., 145lbs., 150lbs., 165lbs., 200 lbs., or 215 lbs.
  • Back Type: With Back
  • Arm Type: With Arms
  • Finish: Polyester Powder
  • Color: Black, White, Brown, Tan, Evergreen, Dk. Green, Bronze, Red or Blue
  • Customizable? Size and color

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