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Keilhauer's Expanded Beam Seating Launches With its Own Microsite
Date:4/18/2010

Showing 900-plus configurations, complete with a Build-a-Beam interactive feature, Keilhauer's new microsite for Beam Seating makes specifying beam seating an easy task. http://www.keilhauer.com/beam

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 18, 2010 -- Keilhauer’s Beem Beam and Simple Beam seating expand the original series to such an extent it can hardly be called a revamp. The Keilhauer (Sittris) Beam series is launching with an extensive specification and design website of its own, displaying 4 upholstery options, 3 arm choices, 2 beam finishes, and over 900 beam configurations.

“This new microsite will make specifying our Beam seating effortless,” explains Jackie Maze, VP Sales & Marketing, Keilhauer. “We revised our model numbering system so that virtually a limitless number of configurations can be specified by anyone, regardless of their knowledge of or experience with beam seating products.”

There are now two main seating styles – Beem Beam, the original Sittris Beam, which is available in Keilhauer’s patented Siliform® covering; and Simple Beam, which places the very popular Simple mesh-back chair on the beam frame. Both seating styles are also available fully upholstered in any Keilhauer textiles, Keilhauer Leather, or COM/COL.

“Our Beam website is also interactive,” continues Ms. Maze. “If you don’t see the configuration you want in any of the over 900 that are illustrated on the website, you can use our Build-a-Beam program to create your own custom configuration and produce a pricing estimate for it.”

Beem Beam and Simple Beam are suitable for use in many environments,
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