Cast iron – straight seating

Our seats are 1.8m long as standard and have been ergonomically designed to give a comfortable seating position. Other sizes are achievable, most commonly 2.4m and 3.6m. In these cases an intermediate centre leg is utilised.

All timber (managed forestation hardwood as standard) is treated prior to delivery with 2 coats of Sikkens HLSO wood preservative. Standard timber is Iroko but alternatives are available including European Oak, Ash, Sapele, Utile and Western Red Cedar.

Cast ends are supplied in the more popular cast iron. Alternatively ductile iron and aluminium are also available. For the majority, a cast iron seat is normally robust enough for all but the most demanding situations. Every seat supplied as standard is fully finished with metal/castings painted using our airless spray two pack epoxy acrylic system, in the full BS or RAL colour range.

511

Cast iron
Depth: 562mm
Height: 860mm

Also available as 511HD with thicker timber slats or steel slats
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Eastgate seat

512

Cast iron
Depth: 570mm
Height: 490mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Eastgate seat

513

Cast iron
Depth: 870mm
Height: 460mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Eastgate seat

521

Cast iron
Depth: 540mm
Height: 795mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Ripon or Harrogate seat

551

Cast iron
Depth: 475mm
Height: 760mm

571

Cast iron
Depth: 670mm
Height: 900mm

581

Cast iron
Depth: 550mm
Height: 850mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Arboreal seat

582

Cast iron
Depth: 550mm
Height: 750mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Rotherham seat

583

Cast iron
Depth: 550mm
Height: 800mm

Also available without armrests

590

Cast iron
Depth: 650mm
Height: 820mm
This seat style is commonly referred to as the Lion seat

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Installation


Wanton vandalism like this is easily prevented by following our simple installation guidelines.


These two options indicate typical fixing arrangements although others may be accommodated.
The suggestions are for non-specific applications only as individual service and site conditions may necessitate other methods of fixing.
Please consult our Technical Department for advice.

Anti – theft seat fixings can be supplied as shown. Dependant upon the site you may chose either two per seat (diametrically opposed) or four (one per leg) for higher security.
Should the seat need to be removed for any reason, then it will be necessary to drill out the retaining bolts on site.

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