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MÁNI FABRIC ST-ADJ

MÁNI FABRIC ST-ADJ
Product description

Swivelling stool with central coloumn adjustable base. Steel footrest can be chromed or painted. The shell is upholstered with fireproof foams and certified coverings for contract market. In addition to wools, trevira, velvet, faux leather and genuine leather proposed by Arrmet, it is possible to upholster Máni Fabric with fabrics or leathers supplied directly by the customer.

The polypropylene, upholstered or ashwood shell can be combined with 16 different chair and stool bases available in steel, aluminum or solid ashwood. The strength of Máni system lies in the transversal use of the seats, suitable for indoor and outdoor hospitality and residential spaces, perfect also for the community sector thanks to professional accessories such as bench frames, hooking devices, armrests, tablets and trolleys for handling. Polypropylene and wood shell can be refined with a fixed cushion or upholstered countershell.

Specifications
Seat finishwith upholstery
Seat functionsadjustable seat height
Width of seat465 mm
Height of seat550 - 750 mm
Depth of seat520 mm
Base finishcolumn base
Backrest finishwith back padding
with backrest
Armrest finishwithout armrests
Height900 - 1100 mm
Materialpolypropylene (PP)
steel
ColorsAll colours of the manufacturer's collection possible
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Manufacturer:
Arrmet, Italy

Design:
Hee Welling

Design:
Gudmundur Ludvik

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