The GL-H is a durable general admission seat, with exceptionally high anti-vandalism qualities. With a strengthened steel seat ring and box section support legs, this stadium seat is engineered to be tough. Ergonomically contours offer lumbar support, providing excellent comfort for prolonged periods.

The single skin, high impact, polypropylene construction, includes front edge stiffening ridges to prevent flexing. The seat can be either counterbalance or spring tip-up in operation, and metal pivot pins with nylon bushings provide added strength.


Key Features

Smooth finish for easy cleaning
High resistance to vandalism
Steel ring mounted frame
UV and fire retardancy
Available with counterbalance or sprung auto-tip mechanism
Nylon bushings reduce noise for near silent operation
Galvanised finish as standard (other options available upon request)
Available with upholstered seat and back pads
Fully upholstered covering available
Embroidery available on upholstery

Technical Information

460-500mm (W)
270-460mm (D)
800mm (H)
Seat Material
High impact polypropylene
Frame Material
Mild steel - galvanised or powder coated
Embroidering available on upholstered upgrades
Spec Sheet
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Technical Drawing
Coming Soon
Core Colours
Black, White, Red, Blue, Navy, Yellow, Green, Claret (colour matching service available on request)

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