Carmella Tall | 20PR1020
Standard & Optional Product Features:
What is "Weather Resistant Beechwood"?
Weather Doesn't Matter
Before WRB Technology (Weather Resistant Beech) was created, furniture used to be classified as indoor and outdoor. This division has been abolished.
What Lurks on the Outside
Bad weather conditions can be devastating for wooden furniture.
There is one exception to this rule the rule does not apply to products protected by WRB technology. A special formula based on natural ingredients neutralizes the effects of most weather conditions effectively.
WRB coated chairs, bar stools and tables made of beech wood are very well protected.
Resistance to Sunlight
UV paint coating tests
performed according to
ISO 11507: 2007 standards.
WRB protects furniture against humidity, discoloration, splitting or drying as well as mechanical damage. A standard chair put outside will not preserve its quality. Exposure to UV radiation, high temperatures and humidity (including rainfall) would surely take its tool. A huge problem might also be proper functioning in coastal areas. Sea spray can lead to spoilage of coating and corrosion at the metal and wood joinery. WRB grants exceptional durability also in these difficult climatic conditions.
Moisture & Temperature
Tested in the ARALAB climate cabin Sherwin Williams laboratory in Marsta (Sweden)
Resistance to Salinity
Tested in the chamber for cyclic corrosion tests, made according to ISO 9227: 2012
Facing Weather & Trends
The great advantage of WRB is the possibility of applying it on many styles and types of non-upholstered beech furniture in our offer. There are many different styles and several hundred models to choose from.
These are the same models that are placed inside the restaurants, hotels, clubs and conference rooms around the world. The wood can be colored with any of the stains from our regular offer. The use of WRB does not change the design of the furniture, comparing to the piece without such coating.
For more information on the care of WRB please read the warranty statement.