SYS95 Tip-Up Seat Specification
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The seat and back are moulded from top grade block Copolymer Polypropylene, the base material being Borealis BC15OM or equivalent approved grade. To ensure maximum resistance to UV Degradation of both material and
colour, the following additives are added prior to moulding:
TINUVIN 770 ; 0.4%
CHIMASORB ; 03%
TINUVIN 327 ; 0.1%
All additives are produced by CIBA Geigy.
All colours are manufactured from heat stable approved pigments suitable for use with polypropylene. In order to avoid any molecular reaction with blue colouring no
alpha pigments are used with beta pigments.
All columns are manufactured to suit individual site requirements comprising basically as follows:
main upstand; from 50mm x 25mm x 1.5mm erw steel tube
support strap; from 50mm x 25mm x 1.5mm erw steel tube
pivot and stop pins; from 10mm dia bright drawn steel bar
main ring stop pin; from 12mm dia br1ght drawn steel bar
main support frame; from 25mm x 12mm x 1.5mm erw steel tube
counter balance weight; from 25mm x 8mm mild steel flat
pivot tubes; from 19mm x 1.5mm erw steel tube
All steelwork is mig welded, hot dipped galvanised to BSEN ISO 1461:1999
then if required fully dip coated in black polythene to give a smooth chip resistant finish.
All of our seats are moulded with a number recess in the centre of the back rest to accommodate a 25mm square self adhesive vinyl number, other options include polycarbonate riveted covers or riveted aluminium numbers.
Seat backs are fitted using A2 Stainless Steel bolts, washers and nyloc nuts. The seat base is secured to the support ring by means of four 5mm large
Flange aluminium rivets.
The columns are secured to the concrete by means of brass expansion anchors complete with 8mm zinc plated or A2 stainless steel bolts, depending on specification.
Our seating works on a counter balanced p1voting principle that is completely tamper proof and maintenance free.
The SYS95 has successfully passed BS4875; (1985) part 1 to level 5 and also the more severe PP027; (1996) to level 4 based on CEN/TC207/WG5 N5013-4, both tests conducted by Fira International Ltd.
The SYS95 has also passed ignition source 0 and flame spread tests in accordance with current regulations.