Phoenix Cantilever Park Bench - Recycled Plastic

SKU CCW-32-029-00053
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  • Eco-friendly, recycled planks
  • 4' and 6' lengths available
  • Multiple colors & mounting options available
  • All stainless steel hardware
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$1,067.22

Product Overview

Sleek curves, a fresh look and a strong, durable design – it is the Phoenix Cantilever Park Bench. Stainless steel hardware makes this bench solid and sturdy, while the smooth surface combined with multiple color choices adds to its contemporary, sophisticated style. Two different mounting options allow for the Phoenix Cantilever Bench to be installed on many surfaces, which makes this product the perfect addition to any project in need of a modern air.

Includes:
Phoenix Cantilever Park Bench – Recycled Plastic

Features:

  • Recycled plastic planks
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • MIG welded
  • 4" structural steel tubing frame
  • Inground or Surface mount
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools, universities, office campuses, shopping malls etc.

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Stainless Steel Hardware and Recycled Plastic Planks
  • Size: 4’ or 6’
  • Mounting Type: Inground or Surface
  • Design: Single
  • Finish: Recycled Plastic
  • Customizable? Mounting type, color

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