Pilot Rock RJ Thomas Mfg. Co.

Trailside Bench - Single pedestal - OWB Series

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Model OWB Trailside benches are equally suited to woodland trailside or urban landscape settings.

Coordinates with TRH Trash and Recycling Receptacles and Model P-10 Planters.


FRAME: Model OWB Trailside Bench uses a single support structure fabricated using a 4” square steel tube center post with a 2-1/2” sq. cross seat support.

INSTALLATION: Model OWB is standard with an embedded post installation.  But Model OWB/P offers you the option for a 10” square surface mount bolt down base plate installation (anchor bolts are not included).

FINISH: Hot dip galvanized finish and galvanized fasteners maximize protection from the elements.  Or select the optional powder coated frame finish in your color choice.

LENGTH: Benches can be 4 or 6 feet long, seat is 24” wide (nom.).

SEAT MATERIALS: Seat timber materials include: 3" x 4" (nom.) 100% recycled plastic, or construction heart redwood.  See Material Options.

Indonesian Balau Wood is no longer available. Our supply has been depleted and it is cost prohibitive to replace.

OPTIONAL: Armrests can help make bench more accessible. See Armrests for Park Benches.

OPTIONAL: Model ANC1-4 Concrete Screw Anchor Kit for Model OWB/P.

 California's Proposition 65.

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