How to select commercial Auditorium chair at the venue:In front of you, turn the speaker grille to face your commercial Auditorium chair. It's an easy way to confirm that your seat face is facing you.Note that your seat only has an edge on the back edge (to protect your neck and back) and a bottom edge, to cushion when leaning forward.The back edge doesn't go below your seat, but your back doesn't actually touch the ground.In the auditorium, the back edge goes further from the edge than the front edge. So, if you get seated on the back edge, your top lip would be in between your chair and the back wall (when you are holding your commercial Auditorium chair).If you get seated on the front edge, your back would be between your commercial Auditorium chair and the front wall (when you are holding your seat).
Style selection of commercial Auditorium chair models, including four-piece leather-wrapped model.Available colors include a satin gray or a bright pink. They feature a back panel which features a satin-trimted finish with dark blue hardware. The commercial Auditorium chair has a back panel which features satin trim.
The materials of commercial Auditorium chair include 4 sheets of rubber, 3/4" vinyl, 1/4" plywood, 1/8" plastic, 1/2" galvanized steel, 1/4" plastic.Why does it have only 4 colors?Bending the chair allows for maximum flexibility -- that's one of the benefits of our chairs. However, as always, the colors may vary by chair.
Precautions for installation of commercial Auditorium chair models, Lateral view• A chair model does not necessarily comply with state health, safety and environmental code, or local zoning, unless written approval letter from the applicant is submitted to the appropriate local planning authority.Conversion by fire• No fire appliances may be involved in any kind of conversion installation when the auditorium is equipped as a residence hall for transient students, or when the auditorium has a roof-top window equipped as a home for overnight occupants.Conversion by electrical• Except in limited circumstances, all electrical systems and wiring shall be made available to all tenants of the auditorium as provided by local building code and city zoning ordinances. However, when required by local codes and city zoning ordinances, the building system and wiring shall be completely disconnected and all fixtures removed by fire department personnel.