Featuring striking asymmetrical forms and robust materials that are based on our competition-winning designs for the Western Sydney Parklands Trust, the Prospect block bench is ideal for parkland and urban environments. With a solid precast concrete base that grounds the design, the bench is available in 5 hardwood and 5 Duraslat™ XG batten colours with steel framing details in 27 powder-coat colours or a galvanised finish to blend in or contrast with the landscape it sits in.
Hot-dip galvanised or powder-coated steel
Grey precast concrete block, off-form or acid etched exposed aggregate finish
Duraslat™ XG is made from 90% of recycled hardwood fibres and reclaimed plastic materials, which reduces demand for virgin materials.
5-year warranty. View the warranty for more details.
|Assembly & Delivery|
Shipped fully assembled on pallets.
Surface or sub-surface fixed by others. Threaded rod to anchor supplied.
|How to Specify|
Select your cantilever orientation
To maintain, lightly sand rough areas of timber and brush on one coat of timber decking oil every 6 months or as required.
Use a soft (non-abrasive) cloth or brush and a diluted solution of mild detergent and warm water.
Ensure surfaces are thoroughly rinsed with clean fresh water after cleaning to remove all residues.
Never use thinners, abrasive cleaning agents, alcohol-based, acid or alkali cleaning agents.
Hot-Dip Galvanised Steel
For more stubborn or larger areas, the use of a low-pressure wash (eg. a gurney gun) with just pure water or in conjunction with proprietary cleaning materials, such as car wash or truck wash, can be effective. It is important that the steel be washed down with fresh water after cleaning.
The cleaning treatment of the galvanising should be conservative at first and then if the situation demands, the treatment can become steadily more aggressive. Also, wherever some form of mechanical abrasion or “scrubbing” is required, the use of a hard, plastic bristle brush is recommended. Steel bristle brushes are not to be used since they will cause discolouration.
Mechanical methods of cleaning zinc surfaces can cause aesthetic issues. The “cleaned” areas are likely to contrast with adjacent untreated surfaces and may take a significant period of time to weather to a uniform colour. If aesthetics is a large concern, it is advisable to first test the cleaning method in an inconspicuous area in case the aesthetic effect is unappealing.
Option: left or right-hand cantilever (when seated).