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FalcoLite Waiting Shelter

FalcoLite Waiting Shelter

The FalcoLite waiting shelter is a great design-led shelter that stands out compared to other typical waiting shelters; due to its curvaceous front design that provides additional weather protection due to the integral gutters which prevent water from dripping to the front of the waiting shelter. This is particularly noticed during higher density periods where maximum users may wish to shelter under the FalcoLite from the rain. Great for public locations where space for waiting shelters needs to be at a maximum or why not use as a robust bus stop shelter or parent waiting shelter?

The FalcoLite waiting shelter can be made complete using Falco’s range of co-ordinated street furniture products. The range covers all aspects of street furniture including benches, litter bins, ashtrays and planters, all of which can be powder coated in the same RAL colour as the waiting shelter, to maintain the same theme or corporate colour.

The FalcoLite waiting shelter is available in three different variations; single sided, double sided or as a combi model.

The FalcoLite waiting shelter is very robust in design, providing a stable waiting shelter to situate in any public location. Manufactured from hot dip galvanised steel to BS EN ISO 1461 creates a solid structure that is rust resistant to provide years of service. As mentioned above, the waiting shelter is also an ideal substrate for polyester powder coating, which is available in any of the 192 standard RAL colours to enhance durability.

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