Lexington Bench without Back

SKU CCW-32-029-02398
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  • Available in 4', 6' and 8' lengths
  • Bench can be portable or surface mounted
  • Choose from wide variety of colors
  • Features a cast aluminum frame and thermoplastic finish
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$1,006.74

Product Overview

The Lexington Bench is available in three different sizes, a portable or surface mount and multiple colors. It features a cast aluminum frame and a thermoplastic finish. Furthermore, the stainless steel hardware makes the bench strong, stable and durable, while different design patterns make it look modern and contemporary. The add-on option is also available for this product.

Includes:
Lexington Bench without Back

Features:

  • Stainless steel hardware
  • 1-1/2" thick cast aluminum frame
  • Portable or Surface mount
  • UltraCoat thermoplastic finish
  • Add-on option available
  • Without back
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools, universities, office campuses, shopping malls etc.

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Size: 4’, 6’, or 8’
  • Mounting Type: Portable or Surface
  • Design: without Back
  • Pattern: Diamond, Perforated, Fiesta, Slat, Wave
  • Finish: Thermoplastic
  • Customizable? Size, mounting type, pattern, color

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