Lineal Bench


The benches are manufactured from treated and varnished pine wood and four pieces of metalised steel painted in steel grey: leg with arm, leg without arm, lower crossbar and back strip. 

By combining these parts we can obtain a large variety of models which make it a very versatile and fun bench.So, benches with or without arms, with a long back, with a short back on side or the other, with two backs in a line or facing each other, providing a variety of models and shapes to play with when it comes to locating them in the town or city.

Lineal Bench

Technical specifications


  • Armless and backless bench 64 Kilos
  • Armless half-back bench 81 Kilos
  • Armless full-back bench 88 Kilos
  • Armless bench with backs facing each other 99 Kilos
  • Half-back bench with arms 97 Kilos
  • Full-back bench with arms 104 Kilos


  • 70 mm thick pine wood.
  • Legs, back strips and crossbars of 8 mm thick sheet steel.


  • Pine wood treated (to level 4) and open-pore varnished.
  • Structure of steel, stripped, metalised and painted with a coat of primer and two of Oxiron steel grey paint.

Lineal Bench

Realizar orificios en el piso y rellenarlos con resina, cemento rápido ó similar.

Colocar el banco en su posición introduciendo un tornillos avellanado M.12 y longitud apropiada al piso en cada pata en los orificios preparados a tal efecto.

Lineal Bench
Lineal Bench

Completed projets

  • Parque en Burgos I

    Parque en Burgos I
    Parque en Burgos I
  • Parque en Burgos II

    Parque en Burgos II
    Parque en Burgos II
  • Plaza Abastos I

    Plaza Abastos I
    Plaza Abastos I
  • Plaza Abastos II

    Plaza Abastos II
    Plaza Abastos II


Ficha técnica

Urbes 21 urban & street furniture

Avoid the generation of waste as far as possible and manage those produced in an efficient and respectful way with the environment. All this with the aim that the activities of our company cause minimal impact on the environment.

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  • Certificados ISO 9001 - ISO 14001
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  • Buenas practicas



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