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New Viking suspension seat

21st August 1970, Page 26
21st August 1970
Page 26
Page 26, 21st August 1970 — New Viking suspension seat
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• The single pull-out /push-in control knob of a new Viking suspension seat actuates both the weight and height mechanism. Known as the Viking 500, the seat will be exhibited at Earls Court by the maker VOP Bostram (UK) Ltd, Weedon Road Industrial Estate, Northampton, together with the Viking 301 which was introduced a few months ago.

The 500 is available with 51mm (2in.), 76mm (3in.) or 102mm (4in.) suspension movements to suit individual cab layouts, ride characteristics and operating conditions. Its weight adjustment range is 51 /152kg (112 /3361b) while the fore-and-aft adjustment range is 153mm (6in.) in 19mm (ho.) increments, A 51mm (2in,) height adjustment is provided.

The seat can be supplied with an integral slider top-plate mechanism for applicationsin which overall height is critical or with a conventional slide rail mechanism.

The Viking 500 auspenalon seat has a single control knob of the pull-out/push-in type that actuates the weight and height adjustment mechanisms.


Organisations: Earls Court

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