Stage Seat

A SEAT DEDICATED TO THEATRICAL AUDITORIUMS

The seats complete the offer of stage platforms which are the basis of mobile of fixed arrangements of audience areas. Our stage seats have been designed to comply with the safety requirements for the public utility institutions. Both stage seats’ dimensions and applied materials conform to the safety standards and fire safety requirements. A single stage seat is 48 cm wide to provide and optimum number seats which can be easily estimated, if the audience area is erected from stage platforms 2x1 m.

Characteristics:

-- the stage seat structure is based on powder coated steel frame to eliminate unwanted light reflections; all RAL colours are available for frames
- both seat and backrest are made of deciduous plywood and super flexible upholstery foam
- the sheathing is made of fabric Trevira CS (conforms to the fire safety requirements for class B1) with low grindability – up to 50 000 cycles; a wide palette of colours available
- backrest inclination and seat depth ensure comfortable watching of even 3 to 4 hours long performances
- steel legs come with plastic plug inserts
- a hole in the upper part of the backrest allows comfortable lifting and handling
- at the top of the frame there is a catch for the seat number
- the seats can be arranged in rows to eliminate dislocations
- to make the system complete we provide an additional rear protection batten which prevents the chair from falling of the platform
- 4 seats per each standard platform 100x200cm
- the seats are stored in stacks up to 7 pieces high in 3 rows on a special trolley
- in terms of toxicity and fire-retardant properties the seat conforms to standards PN-B-02855:1988, EN 1021 -1:2007 and EN 1021-2:2007

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