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Innovative and design-led, the Zenky seating range is modular in nature, with minimal components and subassemblies. The seating is quick and easy to install with helpful features such as feet with an ingenious self-levelling design, which eliminates the need for lifting and reduces health and safety risks. Cleaning and maintenance is equally straightforward, with reversible tabletops, removable upholstery pads and upholstery protection buffers included as standard.
The range has undergone rigorous strength testing to ensure the product is as durable and hardwearing as it is aesthetically appealing. Approved to EN 12727 Test Level 4 (severe contract use), EN 16139 Test Level 2 (extreme use) and ANSI/BIFMA X5.4, Zenky has been designed to withstand the rigours of daily use and offer maximum product longevity. With a design that incorporates a minimal footprint, Zenky provides excellent sightlines beneath the seating and along floors to not only aid cleaning but also to make life easier for security staff.
Zenky Plus offers all the many benefits and advantages of the original Zenky, but with added comfort, proportions and style. By a series of subtle design modifications and structural changes, such as taking a noticeably softer upholstery to the very edge of the seat and heightening the back rest, Zenky Plus has not just got a sleeker and more streamlined appearance, it also has increased comfort levels. Zenky Plus is perfectly compatible with the existing beam structure of the original Zenky as it shares the same 600 mm seat centres.
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