Vario C9 - Lecture Theatre Seating

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The Vario is a tailor made range of sturdy seating suitable for rigorous daily use in either lecture theatre or auditorium style. The Vario C9 is a lecture theatre style seat where a support is provided from the back of the seat frame for a continuous writing desk. Features and benefits: variable dimensions, wide choice of finishes and fabrics including leather and company branding, disabled provision, cable management for power and data, if required. Wide range of LED aisle lighting available, contact manufacturer for further details. Supplied with a lifetime warranty and has been independently tested and certified to FIRA BS EN 12727:2000 test level 4, severe category use.

Platform Compatible Version Certified to
IFC IFC 2X3 2 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 3 2.0

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NBS_General
NBS_Data
DepthOptions
Variable dimensions, depending on seatway, frame angle, desk width
DimensionsRowSpacing
Variable dimensions, depending on seatway, frame angle, desk width
DimensionsSeatHeight
Variable dimensions, depnding on rise and client preferrance
DimensionsSeatSpacingLateral
Variable dimensions, typically from 480 mm to 600 mm max
FramesColour
Any RAL colour, our standard is RAL7016 (dark grey) or black
FramesFinish
Powder coated
FramesMaterial
50 x 25 erw semi bright steel tube
Functions
n/a
HeightOptions
Variable dimensions, depending on rise and client preferrance
IntegralAccessories
n/a
LengthOptions
Variable dimensions, typically from 480 mm to 600 mm max
SeatsAndBacksColour
Various, depending on fabric choice
SeatsAndBacksFinish
Upholstered in fabrics suitable for auditorium / lecture theatre venues.
SeatsAndBacksMaterial
FSC plywood former
Pset_FurnitureTypeChair
Pset_FurnitureTypeCommon

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    10/29/2018

    Minor object standardisation.

    6/20/2018
    1/19/2017