The Jericho Arm Chair is part of our Best Value series, so you know you’re getting a quality chair at an affordable price. These chairs come with all of our signature features, like virgin foam and 16-gauge steel.
Chair arms are a popular feature among many congregations. They provide a place for worshippers to rest their arms and enhance the overall seating experience. The Jericho is also available as a standard Pew Chair with or without an enclosed back. View full product features below.
Features & Accessories
- Cold rolled 1010, 16-gauge 1” steel frame supports 1700 lbs.
- 9/16 inch cross bars, 1 inch weld lines, and mandrel bends.
- ½” CARB 2 Certified industrial grade plywood foundation and seatback.
- Stronger and stiffer than particle board, strand board, or imitation plywood.
- StaFast™ steel-to-steel fastening systems.
- MoistureBarrier™ treatment on fabrics to protect against stains.
- Chair fabrics in compliance with JIS 112, The Oeko-Tex 100 and American Textile Restricted Substances List regarding formaldehyde emissions.
- 3″ dual density virgin commercial grade foam.
- Seat cushion with plush rolled front for roomy comfort and leg support.
- Frame is finished with chip-resistant electrostatic powder coating.
- Width: 22 ⅞”
- Height: 34 ⅞”
- Depth: 25 ⅝”
- Seat Width: 20 ⅝”
- Seat Height: 18 ⅞”
- Seat Depth: 17 ⅜”
- Cushion Thickness: 3”
- Weight Capacity: 1700 lbs.
- Chair Weight: 25 lbs.
- Stacks 10 High
- ANSI / BIFMA Compliant: Yes
- CAL 117 Certified: Yes
- Materials: Steel, Plywood, Foam, Fabric
- Frame Material: 16-gauge steel
- Finish: Chip-resistant electrostatic powder coating
View the product spec sheet for our Jericho Arm church chair.
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All of our chairs come with warranties on the frame, seat, back, upholstery, and foam. Quality, value, and trust is what you can expect from ChurchPlaza.
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How to Compare Chairs
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