Chair : W. 50 - H. 82 - D. 60 - Seat H. 47 cm
Steel framework, moulded in cold-cure polyurethane.
Detail of holes position on the underside of the armchair: mm 140 x 140.
Cutting templates can be downloaded from the website in .pdf or .dxf formats.
Paper cutting templates and images to carry out a correct upholstery are available upon request.
Weight pu-frame: kg 6,4
Volume disassembled pu-frame: cbm 0,07
Required fabric for upholstery: mt 1,20 (h 1,40)
Stained or raw ash wooden base, swivelling (metal plate included).
Weight: kg 4
Volume: cbm 0,04
The resistance, the lifetime and safety of our armchairs and chairs are tested according to the following European norm EN 16139:2013+AC2013, level no 2 (the strictest). The test procedure is performed according to the norm EN 1728:2012+AC:2013
The tests generally performed are:
Mechanical resistance tests of our polyurethanes:
Upon request it is possible to make other tests.
Our products are foamed in fire retardant polyurethanes according to:
Upon request, we can supply our products in fire retardant polyurethane that comply with the following standard:
Ask for the concerning certificates.
Our seating products with wooden bases or wooden components are FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified.
FSC guarantees that the wood used in our production process comes from forests which are managed in a correct and responsible way, by observing firm standard procedures at environmental, social and economic level.
Our license code is FSC-C145765.
Our flexible polyurethanes are in compliance with the following standards:
Ask for the concerning certificates or information regarding the harmful, very high concern substances and the forbidden ones.
We are dedicated to minimizing the impact to the environment in the interests of the eco-sustainable industrial development, the materials of our armchairs can be 100% recycled:
We use only environmentally friendly water-based PAINTS and VARNISHES to stain our wooden bases and legs, which lead to a zero or a very low quantity of VOCs emissions (Volatile Organic Compounds), far lower than the limits required by the National, European and International regulations.