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Demountable staging...


Simple and quick to build - only the deck panels weigh more than a bag of sugar, yet will take the weight of a grand piano.


Heights up to 600mm (2ft) in increments of 50mm (6ins) are standard.


Stages up to 1.2m (4ft) high can be created by stacking one securely onto another.


Reversible panels measure 750mm (30ins) wide x 900mm (36ins) deep and fit onto supporting rails.


Classroom furniture...


chair and desk Robust, stacking chair and tilt-adjustable desk. Chair can be supplied on a range of bases and beams. State-of-the-art plastics mouldings create durable, posturally correct and comfortable classroom solutions.


workstations For versatile and comfortable classrooms. Our unique saddle combines with a tilt-adjustable writing surface and either a fixed height or height-adjustable wheeled base (as shown).


tip n’ store


Perfect for the Refectory. Castors make wheeling units into position - and into storage - safe, effortless and quick. Simply tip them onto their castors, queue them up and roll them to wherever they’re needed.


saddle


For music rooms, labs, ICT suites, art studios... Anywhere where a healthy, alert, comfortable posture can be of benefit to the performance levels of your students.


For news and details...www.aalborgdk.com The Aalborg range of furniture is available worldwide. Please contact us • To arrange a product demonstration


• For detailed product information • For details of your nearest approved stockist. T: +44 (0)1509 264112 M: +44 (0)7768 931016 E: info@ah07.com www.ah07.com


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