When selecting bench seating, the primary consideration is the environment the seating is to be used in. One of the harshest environment is swimming pool changing rooms the mixture of chlorine and moisture makes it especially difficult for steel framed seating.
Plastic bench seating
If you want to avoid rust completely our range of plastic bench seating is the beat option as it is completely resistant to corrosion. It is strong hardware and can be completely dismantled for a thorough clean.
Metal wet area seating
Metal framed seat with the addition of a coating of zinc before it is powder coated, this provides the metal with a stronger resistance to rust. Replacing the standard Ash slats with compact grade laminate will also improve its resistance to moisture.
Standard bench seating
A strong, robust product powder coated usually supplied with Ash hardwood slats is resistant to rust and hard wearing.
Forms of bench seating
Wall island bench seating, good for using around a wall or in the middle of the room.
Single sided bench seating
This is seating with a built-in hook board, can be used against a wall or in the middle of the room as partitioning.
Double sided bench seating
This is primarily used in the centre of a room as a compact form of seating. This product is manufactured with a built-in hook board.
Used around a wall where you want to keep the floor completely clear for cleaning. The wall must be sufficiently strong to support this seating, usually brick or block.
Wall to floor seating
Wall to floor seating, this is a value option for seating placed around walls, as it has a front support that rests on the floor it can be used where cantilever seating can’t.
Considerations when choosing wet area seating
The floors in swimming pools usually have a significant fall to allow for water clearance this means that you will often need adjustable feet and floor fixing brackets.
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