CARTER SLING SUNLOUNGER

Clear shapes, no frills the timelessly beautiful lounger from the Carter collection.

Lying here becomes floating. Thanks to the rollers, which are recessed into the rear pair of legs, you can easily roll your bed anywhere. The back part can be adjusted 5 ways. The frame is made of rustproof stainless steel, the covering of high quality Batyline . These couches impress with their minimalist design and maximum comfort. Thanks to the air-permeable covering, no pad is necessary.

The advantages of the Carter lounger at a glance

Weather resistant

  • The stainless steel – naturally rust-free – is ideal for outdoor use.

Movable

  • Thanks to the integrated castors and the low weight of 12kg, you can easily bring the bed to the desired place.

Frame: #304 Stainless Steel

Fabric: Batyline/Sling Made by Ferrari

Weight : 20kgs

Dimension: 207 x 65 x 35 Hcm

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Description

Outdoor Sling / Batyline

  • Air-conditioned seating comfort
  • The Batyline¬† covering ensures maximum sitting and lying comfort. The breathable structure of the fabric ensures that you always sit or lie comfortably air-conditioned. At the same time, the material is absolutely suitable for all weather conditions, UV-resistant and dirt-resistant, so that you will enjoy the high-quality Carter loungers for a long time.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is the generic name for a number of different steels used primarily for their resistance to corrosion. The one key element they all share is a certain minimum percentage of chromium of 10.5%. Although other elements, particularly nickel and molybdenum, are added to improve corrosion resistance, chromium is always the deciding factor. However, despite its various additions stainless steel still behaves as steel, and even the highly alloyed stainless steel grades such as 316 still contain a minimum of 62% iron.

PNZ manufactures using 304 grade stainless steel with an electro-polished (EP) finish brushed finish. Electro-polishing is widely used in the electronics, food and medical industries and on components for cruise ships and yachts, where a corrosion resistant, smooth and easy to maintain surface is of vital importance. Electro-polishing is an electrochemical process whereby the combination of an electrical current and a strong acid erodes the surface of the stainless steel substrate atom by atom. This process removes much of the iron from the surface of the steel, but leaves the chrome intact, resulting in more shiny, but much improved corrosion resistant surface.

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