Wilmington Horizontal Slatted Back Park Bench

SKU CCW-32-029-03149
In Stock
14% off
Price match guarantee
  • 4', 6' and 8' lengths available
  • Powder coated finish
  • With or without center armrest design available
  • Multiple colors & mounting options available
- +
$1,012.00 $880.25

Product Overview

The Wilmington Park Bench, featuring a stainless steel hardware and cast aluminum frame, is ideal for parks, campuses and any outdoor site that can come to mind. It comes in portable or surface mounting types and a wide variety of colors. With high arching arms, a bolt together design and the Powder Coat Finish, the Wilmington Park Bench is not only modern-looking, but also durable and long-lasting.

Includes:
Wilmington Horizontal Slatted Back Park Bench

Features:

  • Cast aluminum frame
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • MIG welded
  • Bolt together design
  • Horizontal slatted back
  • Powder Coat finish
  • Portable/Surface mount
  • Multiple color options
  • Ideal for use in parks, schools, universities, office campuses, shopping malls etc.

 

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Stainless Steel Hardware and Cast Aluminum Frame
  • Size: 4’, 6’, or 8’
  • Mounting Type: Portable or Surface
  • Design: Horizontal Slatted Back
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • Customizable? Size, mounting type, color

Reviews

Latest from blog

  • What are barricades? Barricade Definitions & Types of Barricades

    Barricade Definitions & Types of Barricades Barricades may seem like common sense structures which need no explanation, but with so many varieties now available to construction workers, event p...

    Read more
  • In a digital age, does in-store signage still matter?

    In a digital age, does in-store signage still matter? In this digital world, it's easy to forget how many people still do their shopping in-store. Yes, online shopping increased greatly during the ...

    Read more
  • How Expandable Metal Barricades Can Help You Meet OSHA Barrier Requirements

    To the general public a "barrier" may seem like a self explained term, (and therefore an "expandable barrier" is equally self explained). However, according to OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health ...

    Read more