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National Public Seating Heavy Duty Steel Stool, 24 Inch, Grey

By: National Public Seating Item#: 217054
Stool is made from quality steel with an enameled surface. Tubed legs have an outside diameter of 7/8 inch and are made from 18-gauge steel tubing. The bottom of each leg has non-marring polypropylene glides. Seat is 14 inches in diameter and has an 11-1/2 inch diameter recessed Masonite board riveted into the pan and will not chip or crack. The 5/8 inch outside diameter foot ring is welded into each leg by 4 contact points at each leg for added rigidity. Assembly required. Certified Green and includes a 10 year warranty.

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Item #:217054

Brand:National Public Seating

Grade Level:Not Specified

Selling UOM:Each

Ship Method:Freight

Certifications:MAS Certified Green

Environmentally Friendly:Yes

Safety:No Choking Hazard

Allergens:Contains No Allergens

Invoice Description:STOOL STEEL FIXED HEIGHT 24H GRAY

Frame Color:Gray

Frame Material:Steel

Glide/Caster Type:Plastic Glides

Product Dimensions:15 x 15 x 24 in

Seat Height:24 in

Seat Material:Hardboard Inset

Seat and Back Color:Gray

Ship Weight:44

National Public Seating Fixed Height Steel Stool, 24 Inch Seat, Gray is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what to expect for the classroom I'm slowly replacing the original chrome stools that have "Science lab" blue melamine(?) seats with these less expensive ones. The seats are welded where the chrome stools have seats that are screwed in. The seats of the blue ones would break around the screw hole. When they are down to 1 or 2 screws holding them together, they go in the recycling. These (chipboard seats) weigh quite a bit less and don't make such a loud Bang! when they get tipped over. I plan on replacing my whole classroom over the years.
Date published: 2019-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The welds break easily We have been using these chairs for a few years. I find that the welds that hold the round support to the legs break. I have had to replace a lot of chairs and they all break from the same area.
Date published: 2017-06-28

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