Tip & Roll Aluminum Portable Bleachers - 3 Rows

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SKU CCW-41-033-00011
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  • 3 rows available
  • 15, 18, 30, 42, or 54 seating capacity
  • 7.5', 9', 15', 21', or 27' long available
  • All aluminum construction
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$1,402.58 $841.33

Product Overview

Featuring non-marring swivel casters and rubber pads, the Low Rise Durable and Light Weight Welded Tip & Roll Portable Bleacher keeps your floors protected. This product is made of aluminum and comes with single 2x10’’ footboards, and 2x12’’ seat planks. It is available in more sizes.

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Tip & Roll Aluminum Portable Bleachers - 3 Rows

Features:

  • Aluminum angle understructure
  • 6’’ rise and 24’’ run
  • Single 2x10’’ footboards
  • 2x12’’ clear anodized seat planks
  • Features non-marring swivel casters and rubber pads for floor protection
  • Durable, light-weight and portable
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • Designed in accordance with the IBC 2009, and ICC 300-2007 building codes

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Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Aluminum
  • Length: 7.5', 9', 15', 21', or 27'
  • Rows: 3
  • Seating: 15, 18, 30, 42, or 54
  • Customizable? Size, and seating options

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