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Contract lab stools with MDF beech laminate seat

Contract lab stools with MDF beech laminate seat

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£23.25

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Contract lab stools with MDF beech laminate seat

A traditionally styled educational stackable classroom stool suitable for school laboratories, design and technology classes as well as craft areas. These lab stools are hard-wearing, durable and available in a range of heights to suit both secondary schools and primary schools.

Key features

The metal-framed school laboratory stools are stackable up to 8 units high. The 18mm seat is made of MDF with beech laminate finish.

Ideal applications include school science laboratories, art and craft rooms, and design and technology classes.

  • Traditionally-styled metal laboratory/craft stool

  • 18mm MDF beech seat

  • 4-leg steel frame with non-slip feet

  • Hand hole for ease of carrying

  • Stackable up to 8 units high

  • Double-sided footrest

  • 22mm diameter metal frame

  • Steel frame with hard-wearing Silver finish

  • Available in four heights

  • Seat size 290 x 290mm

  • Overall base size 350 x 350mm

Pricing

All heights priced at £23.25 each

Delivery charges and lead times

Minimum order quantity 30 stools, although lesser quantities can be supplied subject to additional charges

Stocks of all 4 heights are usually available for quick dispatch

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: Contract lab stools with MDF beech laminate seat

290 x 290mm seat in the following heights:

470, 570, 620 and 670mm.

Overall base size 350 x 350mm.

Seat colour

Beech

Frame colour

Silver

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.