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Straight Standing Choral Risers w/ Hardboard Deck - Two Level (16" H)

Straight Standing Choral Risers w/ Hardboard Deck - Two Level (16" H) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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$477.88

MSRP: $984.08

You Save: $506.20 (51%)

SKU: NOR-NOR2LRSHB

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Deck Style: Hardboard
Deck Material: 3/4" thick solid plywood core w/ tempered hardboard laminate
Frame Material: 16-gauge steel w/ 14-gauge steel tubing legs
Levels: 2
Glides: High-impact plastic
Weight Capacity: 200 lbs. / sq. ft.
Standing Capacity: 14-16 people
Warranty: 10-year limited
Deck Depth: 18"
Length: 8'
Depth : 3'
Height: 16"
Assembly: Assembly Required
Other Info: Frame features built-in ganging braces to easily connect multiple risers
Straight risers do not fit w/ tapered risers
MAS certified green
Weight: 85.0 lbs.
Shipping Method: UPS / FedEx

Give your audience the best view of your students’ recitals with Norwood Commercial Furniture’s Straight Standing Choral Risers with Hardboard Deck. A great choice for school performances and assemblies, drop-in coupling brackets simplify the process of combining multiple units for custom set-ups, and spring-loaded support brackets make it easy to assemble and tear down for storage. Constructed with a durable solid plywood deck, these risers are supported by a sturdy 16-gauge steel frame with 14-gauge steel legs. This model features tempered hardwood laminate deck surfaces. Backed by a 10-year limited warranty.

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How many does a 3 tier riser hold?

Asked by: Daphne Thibeaux
The three-tier riser has enough standing room for 21 to 24 people.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2019-06-03

Do these risers come apart easily for storage? What are the dimensions when they are stored? Thank you.

Asked by: Alice
Yes, the risers can easily be taken apart with a bracket structure. The legs do fold up into the frame so the risers can stack flush - each riser is just under 2" in thick, so stacked together, height would be about 4". Depth is 3', and length is 8'. If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact our sales team at 1-800-260-2776.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2019-05-02

Does this riser fold up at all for storage purposes?

Asked by: Elizabeth Bearce
Yes, the legs fold. Each level is independent. If you have additional questions, please give us a call at 1-800-260-2776.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2018-11-19
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good except I really like these risers. They are very sturdy. This is my second set of them. The only issue i have this time is that the tallest riser does not sit level. So some of the legs aren't touching the ground and so it rocks s little. That is the only problem and I didn't have time to send it back. So now I'm stuck with it.
Date published: 2017-12-07
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