GENERAL INFORMATION

The chairs and tables within this category are made of Anodized Aluminum and Rattan Cane
Aluminum is a light but sturdy material which is waterproof.  The anodizing treatment, 12 to 15mm is the largest tubing in the industry; protects the metal against atmospheric influences such as humidity and saltiness; securing the product suitable for exterior use for a long life. Any stains and marks can be easily removed by using normal metal polish.  The chairs are comfortable, colorful, elegent, and the reasons for the increased popularity within the Hospitality Industry among: restaurants, cafe's, hotels, and outdoor amusement parks, beach eateries, and outside beach pubs.

The covering on our chairs normally are degrees of Resin, PVC, or called Polyethylene.  Polyethylene is a weatherproof plastic material, and the UV-retardant allows it to be used for a long time.  Different degrees of Polyethylene allows direct exposure to the sun for a long time.  The higher the degree, the higher the cost factor for a chair (highest being residential) more expensive), less degree being (hospitality) less expensive.  Also remember that few guests want to sit directly in the sun shine during dining; unless sun bathing.  So the degrees material factor does not play an important role in restaurant sales; only the fact it's Polyethylene material does.

Teak. Teak is a weather-proof, easily maintainable wood; especially for use outdoor. Teak should be glossed over with a cloth and sealed with a special Teak sealer every 90 days to preserve the color.

Rattan Cane, Bamboo, Wicker, found in southeast Asia.  Rattan is the vine-like climbing plant.  This slender flexible cane of uniform diameter is known for its extraordinary lightness and toughness. Bamboo very sturdy and durable and used for hundreds of years in construction building and chair manufacturing. 

Rattan Cane is "steam bent" to shape  each style.  Today's French Bistro Rattan Chairs are covered with a Marine Varnish that protects the frame from outside elements, and their seat and backs are covered with a PVC or Polyethylene colorful weaves. 

Bamboo still is a common site on scaffolds among construction sites in southeast Asia; used in furniture manufacturing of tables, chairs, bars, and accessories. 

Wicker denotes twigs of plants. Now-a-days most of the furniture of finely woven appearance is loosely called WICKER furniture.  The woven materials range from the genuine wicker to plastic or polymide duplications.

French Bistro Aluminum Chairs are finished with a varnished polyester power-coating; painted by hand to duplicate a "Bamboo authentic effect" with a transparent acrylic coating.  Manufactured specifically for Contract Commercial use, and cost-effective.  

Most chairs are STACKABLE.