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Plug Ended Tubes for Angled Chair Legs

6120

    1. Flexi-Felt’s Plug Ended Tubes For Angled Chair Legs are the best floor protectors for barstools. They are designed to fit angled furniture legs that do not have swivel footing. The plug ended tubes are best suited for commercial situations. These plug ended tubes are similar to the straight plug ended tubes in their design, except that the angled version has some flexibility and is not as rigid.
    1. Sold Individually
    2. The plug ended tubes come in four different sizes, so that you can create the perfect fit for your angled chair legs. They come in 20mm, 22mm, 25mm, and 28mm. This means they will fit most chair and table legs from 15mm to 28mm, making them the best floor protectors for your barstools.
    3. No Scratches, No Noise, No Problem, Guaranteed
    1. Have a look at the videos to the left of screen to see the difference these floor protectors make in a school environment.
Size Guide

Sizing Guide Plug End Tubes

Below is a sizing guide for each of our plug end tube models to fit either a round or square furniture leg. 

 

 

MODEL SQUARE LEG ROUND LEG 
6120 15-17mm 19-21mm
6122 18-21mm 22-24mm
6125 22-24mm 25-27mm
6128 25-27mm 28-31mm

 

 


Classroom Noise Comparison

We have tested the Flexi-Felt covers for noise reduction capabilities by using a Decibel meter to be able to measure our chair leg cover's effectiveness in a classroom. We simply measured the noise generated by a classroom of children getting up at recess and then made the same measurements after the Flexi-Felt covers were installed. We repeated the same tests again. But this time we measured the sound difference from the room under the classroom. This is something many teachers and principals at schools of two-story buildings can appreciate since you are not only subjected to noises of your own classroom but also of the one above. On average the Flexi-Felt reduced the noise of a 25-student classroom by over 15 decibels!This is the difference between the noise of a large diesel truck and a small car cruising along. Studies have shown that children learn best in a silent environment. The teachers will also appreciate not having to raise their voices over the chair movement noise. They are also referred by many hearing associations as a product of choice with regard to noise reduction. It is critical for people with hearing problems to have as little background noise as possible in order to hear what is being said. 






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