Carlisle Seat

Carlisle Seat

Sharing the same tubular seat frames as our Stirling Seat, this seat is both elegant and practical.

Available with extended legs to concrete in as standard.

Stainless steel frames can be specified at additional cost.

  • Boards available in iroko or seasoned oak
  • Pedestal base option can be bolted down with K1 rawl bolts, K4 or K12 extended rawl bolts
  • Frames in either Acrylic Coating or Street-Tough finish in black as standard
  • Supplied with extended legs (for concreting in), as standard.
  • Also available at additional cost, with pedestal base legs (for bolting down)
  • Supplied as separate boards and frames, requiring assembly
Carlisle Seat
  • Boards 45 x 95mm finished
  • Frames 50 x 3mm circular hollow section and 50 x 12mm flat
  • Length 1800mm, weight approx. 48kg
  • Length 2400mm, weight approx. 68kg

Boards available in iroko or seasoned oak

If you'd like more information please fill in the form at the bottom of this page, call us on: 01639 845394 or click here to email us.

All hollow section seats in this range have:

  • Fully welded steel end caps, as opposed to plastic end plugs
  • Stainless steel tamper resistant fastenings
  • Boards fully finished and coated
  • Standardised parts for ease of replacement
  • Various ground fixing options
  • Two standard lengths available, 1800mm and 2400mm
  • Optional arms available
Fully welded end caps
Concealed nut fastening
Tamper resistant fastenings
Concealed nuts

This fixing system has several important advantages:

  • A special key is needed to undo these fastenings, which reduces the risk of unauthorised dismantling
  • No nuts are visible at the rear of the frames, and the fastenings are flush fiing on the board surface
  • Stainless steel fastenings don’t rust, so look good indefinitely
  • The replacement of individual boards is a straight forward task, even many years later

These seats are frequently specified for commemorative purposes for which several types of plaque are available for more information please visit the Commemorative Inscription Service page.