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Under-seat rear access bookracks provide convenient and easy to clean storage that has enough room to hold two large books. This configuration is ideal for the majority of the seating in your sanctuary. The bookracks can be fitted with an optional easy access communion
Under-seat front and rear access bookrack is ideal for the seating in the front row of the sanctuary as well as for choir seating. The bookracks can be fitted with an optional easy access communion cup holder.
A communion cup holder is available on chairs that do not need a book rack. It is welded to the rear leg stretcher and is designed for easy access.
The standard card pocket dimension is 5” wide and is available on all Infinity models. Card pockets can come with an additional pencil holder as an option. Twin card pockets and full width pockets are also possible.
The book pocket is sewn with a heavy duty elastic retainer and is flexible enough to snugly hold two medium sized books and hymnals.
Kneelers are heavily cushioned for comfort and durability and come in two configurations.
Stand alone kneelers tuck under the chair when not in use. (shown)
Fold-up kneelers are attached to the rear legs and fold conveniently under the seat (not shown).
Pew ends may be added to the end of a row to achieve a beautiful aisle appearance. Pew Ends are upholstered in fabric to match your chairs. Wood arm caps come standard in in a variety of finishes. Custom wood finishes are also available.
Chairtex’s Patent Pending Theatre Arm Inserts provide the feeling of fixed seating while reaping the benefits of flexible seating and at a fraction of the cost of fixed seating. They are upholstered in fabric to match your chairs. Wood arm caps come standard in in a variety of finishes. Custom wood finishes are also available.
Chairtex’s exclusive low profile Pew Ganging keeps the chairs tightly together to form a straight line pew while maintaining a low profile appearance.
Radius Loop Ganging joins the front legs of the chair together allowing the backs of the chairs to be moved apart.(not shown).
Standard Chair carts move chairs in stacks of 8.