A robust, durable solution to outdoor living Dimensions: 1800 x900 x 720 h , size can be customized Applications: Outdoor commercial use Variations: Stainless frame, and various different powder coated finishes available Finish: Aluminium powder coated frame with compact laminate slats
November 21st, 2008
A robust, durable solution to outdoor living
Dimensions: 1800 x900 x 720 h , size can be customized
Applications: Outdoor commercial use
Variations: Stainless frame, and various different powder coated finishes available
Finish: Aluminium powder coated frame with compact laminate slats
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