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Cantilever frame beech top lab stools

Cantilever frame beech top lab stools

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Cantilever frame beech top lab stools

The educational cantilever school stools have steel frames with attached plywood beech seat. These cantilever stools are available in two heights and can be stacked up to 5 units high.

Rugged design makes these stools ideally suited to school science laboratories, universities, art and craft rooms, and design and technology classes.

Key features

  • Strong, sturdy construction with steel frame.

  • Manufactured using 38mm x 20mm oval tube steel.

  • Seat size 380 x 410mm deep.

  • Contoured and varnished 7mm thick beech plywood seat.

  • Rounded seat front

  • Frames manufactured in the UK.

  • Stackable up to 5 units high.

  • Can be desk hung for storage.

  • Welded Foot-rest on both models.

  • Self adhesive absorbing pads help protect against scuffing when stacked.

  • Steel frame is powder coated in Silver.

  • Plastic feet blocks to deter users from tipping forwards and to protect against long-term damage to floors. These blocks are screwed to the steel frame front and rear.


560mm high £34.50

610mm high £34.50

Delivery charges and lead times

No additional delivery charges on quantities of 30 or more.

An additional delivery charge of £35.00 will apply to orders of less than 30 units.

Illustrations are intended as a guide only and may not be an exact representation of the product. Customers should check with us if any points need clarification before purchase.

Model: Cantilever frame beech top lab stools

Overall size 420mm x 420mm

Seat size 380mm x 420mm deep

Available in heights of 560mm and 610mm

Approximate weight 5.5kg.

Seat finish


Frame finish


The appearence of colours may vary depending on the lighting of your room or the settings of your monitor, any hard copies printed may not be an exact representation of the colour due to tolerences in the printing process.