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Stacking Chair Buffer

Part Number SCB1 | Stock Item

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Quantity Unit Cost
50 - 99 £0.39
100 - 249 £0.25
250 - 499 £0.19
500 - 999 £0.17
1000 + £0.12
Quantity:
Total Price £19.50 ex. VAT

Product Information

Our Stacking Chair Buffers simply push into the pre-drilled opening on the back of standard conference/academy chair legs to prevent damage to the coated surfaces when chairs are stack. Made from LDPE, the Stacking Chair Buffers come in black as standard.

We offer a standard stock range available for next-day delivery and can also assist with any custom enquiries that you have relating to this product. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, or need any help selecting the correct size, please call our Sales Team now on 01634 686504 and we will be happy to assist.

Benefits of using Stacking Chair Buffer

  • Easily fitted by hand into pre-drilled hole
  • Prevent scratches/damage to coated chair legs
  • Prolong life of furniture
  • Available from stock for next-day delivery

Sinclair & Rush offers

  • Free samples on Stacking Chair Buffers
  • Low minimum order quantities for Stacking Chair Buffers
  • Great discounts for larger orders
  • Free technical advice from our UK based experts
  • Free Delivery for Online Orders (UK Mainland only)

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