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End of Product Life

Side & Stacking Chairs

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Contents Side & Stacking Chairs

03 End of Product Life Introduction

04 Repairability and Recyclability Anatomy of a Product

Standard Components

06 Disassembly Instructions

10 Recycling the Disassembled Product

11 Materials and Components

Document Disclaimer:

This document will be reviewed, updated periodically, and is subject to change without notice. Keilhauer is not responsible for slight deviations in the data and information contained in this document. Product recyclability and material content data is calculated using base models only. Textiles and associated weights are not accounted for in the analysis. Criteria for recyclability has been assessed against available recycling facilities in at least 6 of the 10 U.S. EPA regions. Average recyclability is based on individual component weights. Some Keilhauer parts are adhered together which can present challenges when disassembling.

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Side and Stacking chairs are comfortable, versatile, light in scale and easy to store. They encourage movement and the flow of ideas in the office, meeting room, cafe or classroom. Once your Keilhauer chair or component reaches the end of its life, the whole product doesn’t have to end up in a landfill. Many of the parts and materials still have value, and can be repaired, replaced, or recycled to avoid an afterlife as waste.

This document provides instructions for component-based disassembly that can be applied to our Side and Stacking chair collection. Material and component details for each product, along with an outline of how to recycle these components after disassembly follow the instructions. Disassembly should take between 5-15 minutes depending on the product and model. Safety glasses and safety gloves are recommended throughout the disassembly process.

End of Product Life Introduction

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Repairability and Recyclability

Standard Components

Keilhauer products are made to last a long and useful life with components that are designed with modularity and repairability in mind. We take pride in the extra steps that we take to ensure our parts are indeed replaceable and this is supported by our 10 year Warranty Policy.

(See our Warranty Policy for more details)

Depending on the specific model and manufacturing date, product parts can generally be easily repaired or replaced at home using standard tools. Some components are more complex and require the assistance of a Keilhauer Service Technician for replacement. For more details about your specific product, please contact our Warranty department.

The following are our standard components and general information on replaceability. For product specific details, please refer to the Materials & Components Table on pages 11 through 15.

Anatomy of a Product

A. Textile/Foam, or Plastic or Wood B. Arm Caps

C. Frame D. Casters E. Back F. Arms G. Seat H. Bumpers I. Glides J. Cowling

A

C B

D

E F

G H

I

Back

Most plastic back units are easily

and quickly replaceable using only a screwdriver.

Seat

Most plastic seat units are easily

and quickly replaceable using only a screwdriver.

Upholstered Seat

Depending on the model, entire upholstered seat units including the cowling, seat pan, foam and covering are replaceable.

Upholstered Back

Depending on the model, entire upholstered back units including the seat pan, foam and covering are replaceable.

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Standard Components

Arm Caps

Depending on the specific model and year, arm caps are generally replaceable.

Upholstery

Depending on the specific model, year and material availability, upholstery may be replaceable at Keilhauer facilities.

Foam

As this component is fixed

within a larger unit, foam is not replaceable on its own.

Upholstered seat or back units may be replaceable depending on the product.

Glides

Depending on specific model and unit, glides are generally replaceable.

Casters

Depending on specific model and unit, casters are generally replaceable.

Seat Decking

As this component is fixed within a larger unit, seat decking is not replaceable on its own. Depending on the model, the entire upholstered unit including the seat pan, foam and covering may be replaceable.

Legs

Most product legs are replaceable.

Some product legs and/or frames and/or arms are one unit, and depending on the model the entire unit may be replaceable.

Frame

Most frames are replaceable. Some product frames and/or legs and/or arms are one unit, and depending on the model the entire unit may be replaceable.

Arms

Depending on the specific model and

year, arms are generally replaceable.

Tablet

Depending on the specific model and year, tablets and tables units are generally replaceable.

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Tools Required

Screwdriver* Box Cutter Needle Nose Mallet

Pliers

Adjustable Wrench or Socket Set*

Safety Glasses Safety Gloves

*To determine the screwdriver types and bits required for each product refer to the Materials and Components Table on pages 11 through 15.

Removing the plastic ‘cowling’ base cover from a 4-leg or sled frame

Turn the chair over and rest the chair back on the ground so the legs are pointing up. Using a screwdriver, remove any visible screws holding the plastic cowling base cover in place.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC

1 2

Separate plastic and metal parts and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

Disassembly Instructions

Removing the seat - OPTION 1: Removing the seat from a 4-leg or sled frame

Turn the chair over and rest the chair back on the ground so the legs are pointing up. Locate the screws and use a screwdriver to remove the screws connecting the metal frame to the seat. For some upholstered bases, undo the zippers first, or cut off textile to expose hardware.

Note: for Mimic seating use pliers to unscrew the plastic bolt.

Consolidate the materials by type and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC

1 2

OPTION 2: Removing the seat from a star base

Turn the chair over and rest the chair back on the ground so that the legs are pointing up.

Locate the screws that secure the star base to the seat. Using a screwdriver, remove these screws and separate the star base from the seat.

METAL WOOD

PLASTIC

1 2

Consolidate metal parts and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

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Removing the glides and/or bumpers from the 4-leg or sled frame *for casters, including those on dollys, see the End of Product Life - Task, Conference, Executive document.

Turn the chair over and rest the chair back on the ground so that the legs are pointing up. To remove glides and other plastic parts from the frame, use needle nose pliers, a slot screwdriver and/or a mallet to wedge between the frame and plastic part to ‘pop’ the plastic glide or bumper off.

Set the plastic glides/bumpers aside and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC

1 2

Removing the back from the frame *if the part is upholstered, see Removing Upholstery in End of Product Life- Lounge for further instructions on foam and textile disassembly.

For plastic or wood backs: Locate and remove any visible screws. For backs without screws, hold the frame and use a mallet to tap the base of the chair back and ‘pop’ out the back part.

For upholstered backs: undo the zippers first, or cut off textile to reveal screws, and use a screwdriver to remove the screws.

Set all wood, plastic and metal parts aside and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC

1 2

Separate metal and plastic parts and refer to page 10 for recycling instructions.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC 3

Removing arm components

Turn the chair over and rest the chair back on the ground so the legs are pointing up.

Using a screwdriver, remove any visible screws holding the plastic arm to the frame.

Slide or pull plastic component off.

1 2

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Removing the glides and/or bumpers from the 4-leg or sled frame *for casters, including those on dollys, see the End of Product Life - Task, Conference, Executive document.

Separate components by material type and refer to page 10 for recycling details.

Removing upholstery

Place the seat or back on a hard surface with the staples facing up. Using needle nose pliers, remove the staples from the base and pull the textile off of the seat. Consolidate the staples with the metal frame.

Using your hands or a knife, remove the foam from the plastic or wood base.

1 2

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC 3

*Gym Seating only

Place the chair frame right side up as you would if you were sitting on it. To remove the plastic back, hold the base securely and use a drill to drill through the center of the rivets.

Repeat step 1 to remove the plastic seat and to remove the plastic components on Side and Stacking dollys. See Removing the glides and/or bumpers from the 4-leg or sled frame for instructions on removing the glides.

1 2

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC 3

Consolidate components by material type and refer to page 10 for recycling instructions.

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Removing tablets - OPTION 1: Round tablets

Locate the pin hole underneath the tablet on the tablet arm. Place a screwdriver inside the hole and remove the inside screw.

Refer to page 10 for recycling details.

METAL WOOD

PLASTIC

1 2

Locate the screws on the underside of the tablet. Using a screwdriver, remove the screws and set parts aside.

1

OPTION 2: Square/flipping tablets

Refer to page 10 for recycling details.

METAL

WOOD PLASTIC 2

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Recycling the Disassembled Product

Our goal is Closed-Loop Manufacturing, and this extends to our product’s end of useful life. Through our Design for Environment (DFE) program, we ensure that we design our products with high quality, long-lasting materials. We also aim to design them to be easily disassembled, and that the materials are recyclable across all municipalities.

Our efforts, along with the efforts of many municipalities across the globe have taken great strides towards environmentally responsible materials management. Still, some materials may or may not be fully recyclable in certain areas. The recyclability of a material depends on the volume available, whether there is an end market for the material, purity of the material (avoid coatings, mixed materials, etc.), and availability of recycling infrastructure (is there a collection method, a processing facility, etc.).

The following outline provides some basic information regarding the most common Keilhauer materials. For more information regarding recyclable materials in your area, please contact your local municipality or recycling company.

METAL

Type: Steel, Aluminum, Zinc Recyclability: Recyclable

Value: Steel $0.50/lb. – $0.60/lb. USD Aluminum $0.65 – $0.95/lb. USD Zinc $0.42 - $0.71/lb USD

How to recycle: Contact local scrap metal dealers, recycling companies or your local municipality.

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PLASTIC FOAM

Type: Acetal (POM), Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Glass-filled Polypropylene (PP-GF15), Glass- filled Nylon (PA-GF15, PA-GF27, and PA-GF30), Medium Impact Modified Nylon (PA6-MI), Medium Impact Modified Polypropylene (PP-MI), Nylon (PA), Polycarbonate (PC), Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), Polyester (PEST), Polyethylene (PE and PE-HD), Polyurethane (PUR and PUR-HD),

Polypropylene (PP), Styrene Butadiene/K-resin (SB), Thermoplastic Elastomer (PO-PE), Urethane (UR), Vinyl (V).

Recyclability: ABS, PA,PE and PP – Widely recyclable

PP-GF15, PP-MI, PA6-MI, PA-GF15/27/30, PC, PET, PEST, POM, PO-PE, PUR, SB, UR, and V – Not commonly recyclable

Value: $0.06/lb. – $0.35/lb. USD

How to recycle: ABS, PA, PE and PP – Contact recycling companies or recycle through your municipality (if accepted)

PP-GF15, PP-MI, PA6-MI, PA-GF15/27/30, PC, PET, PEST, POM, PO-PE, PUR, SB, UR, and V – Contact local recycling companies.

TEXTILE

Type: Leather, Nylon, Polyester Recyclability: Recyclable

Value: Leather $0.20/lb. – $0.32/lb. USD Nylon $0.06 – $0.25/lb. USD Polyester $0.06 – $0.25/lb. USD

How to recycle: Contact local recycling companies or your local municipality.

WOOD

Type: Hardwood, Plywood, MDF

Recyclability: Recyclable

Value: $0 – $1/board foot USD

How to recycle: Contact local recycling companies or your local municipality.

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Possible Components ALSO BRANDEN BUNCHA CAHOOTS

Back

Plastic (PP) N/A N/A N/A

Seat

Plastic (PP) N/A N/A N/A

Upholstered Seat

Plastic (PP) with molded high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Hardwood with molded high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam2, 5

Plastic (PP) overmolded with polyurethane (PUR) foam, attached to plastic seat pan (PA-GF30)

Steel with overmolded foam (PUR) or engineered plywood with high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 5

Upholstered Back

Plastic (PP) with molded high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Hardwood with molded high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 2, 3, 5

Steel with molded high- density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 3

Steel with overmolded foam (PUR) or engineered plywood with high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 5

Seat Decking

N/A Woven rubber N/A N/A

Legs

Steel 1 Steel Aluminum Steel (4-leg/sled) or

aluminum (4-star)

Frame

Steel 1 Hardwood Aluminum Fiberglass reinforced

polyurethane (PUR), or steel

Arms

Steel 4 Molded high-density

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 3

Steel with molded high- density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam 3

Steel with overmolded foam or engineered plywood with high- density polyurethane foam 3,5

Arm Caps

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Tablet

Laminated MDF N/A Laminated MDF N/A

Foam

High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Glides

Plastic (SB) Zinc Caters: Plastic (PUR, PP)

and Steel Plastic (PE: sled base and 4-star base; PA6-MI 4-leg base)

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

Quadrex

5/32” Hex bit 1/2” Socket #8 Phillips

#10 Hex bit/Allen Key 1/4’’ Hex bit/Allen Key

Quadrex 5/32” Hex bit

Average Weight (kg)

8.70 24.51 14.88 9.54

Average Recyclability*

66.20 % 87.62 % 68.34 % 54.58 %

Materials and Components Table

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit

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Possible Components CAL CHIPS COLLO EPIX

Back

N/A Plastic (PP) or

engineered plywood N/A Plastic (PP)or Felt

“(PET)2

Seat

N/A Plastic (PP-GF15) or

engineered plywood N/A Plastic (PP) or Felt

(PET)2

Upholstered Seat

Plywood with molded high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Plastic (PP) with molded polyurethane (PUR) foam

Engineered plywood molded with polyurethane (PUR) foam

Seat Pad:

Plastic (PO) with molded polyurethane (PUR) foam

Upholstered Back

Steel with molded high- density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Plastic (PP) with molded polyurethane (PUR) foam

Engineered plywood molded with

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A

Seat Decking

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legs

Steel 1 Steel 1,4 Steel or wood 1 Steel or wood

Frame

Steel 1 Steel 1 Steel Aluminum 4

Arms

Steel Steel 4 Engineered plywood

molded with polyurethane (PUR) foam 3

Aluminum 4

Arm Caps

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Tablet

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Foam

High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR) foam

High density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR) foam

Glides

Plastic (PE-HD) Plastic (SB) Plastic (PA- wood legs,

PA6-MI - steel legs) Plastic (PA)

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

3/16”

1/4” Hex bit Phillips

Robertson 5/32” Hex bit 1/8” Hex bit

5/32” Hex bit

Average Weight (kg)

10.41 8.16 9.13 8.08

Average Recyclability*

65.30 % 80.22 % 75.48 % 74.26 %

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit 2 Back and Seat are one unit

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Possible Components FILO FLIT GYM JUXTA

Back

Polyester 2 (PEST),

Plastic (PA6-MI) Polyester (PEST) mesh Plastic (PP) N/A

Seat

Polyester 2 (PEST) N/A Plastic (PP) N/A

Upholstered Seat

Plastic (PP with PO-PE) with high density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Plastic (PE-HD) with high density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A Reinforced rigid

polyurethane (PUR) foam, overmolded with flexible polyurethane (PUR) foam

Upholstered Back

N/A N/A N/A Reinforced rigid

polyurethane (PUR), overmolded with flexible polyurethane 3 (PUR)

Seat Decking

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legs

Aluminum Steel 1, 4 Steel 1 Star Base: Aluminum or

steel.

4-Leg/Sled: Steel

Frame

Aluminum Steel 1 Steel 1 Steel

Arms

Plastic (POM) Steel 4 N/A Reinforced rigid

polyurethane (PUR), overmolded with flexible polyurethane 3 (PUR)

Arm Caps

N/A Urethane (UR) or wood N/A N/A

Tablet

N/A N/A N/A Steel plate with

overmolded

polyurethane (PUR) or MDF with laminate

Foam

High density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Glides

Plastic (PE) Plastic (PA6-MI) Plastic (PE) Plastic: (SB: 4-star and

4-leg base; PC: sled base) Casters: Plastic (PP) and Steel

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

3/16” Hex bit Phillips Drill bit size 7 (1/5”) 5/32” Hex bit

1/8” Socket

Average Weight (kg)

10.76 10.09 5.05 14.94

Average Recyclability*

71.93 % 75.12 % 96.99 % 59.62 %

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit

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Possible Components LOON MIMIC NET REEVE

Back

Plastic 3 (PA6-MI) Plastic (PP) Polyester 2 (PEST) N/A

Seat

Plastic (PA6-MI) Plastic (PP) Polyester 2 (PEST) N/A

Upholstered Seat

Plastic (PP) with high- density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A N/A Steel, high-density

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Upholstered Back

Pad: Plastic (PP) with high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Back: Plastic (PA6-MI)

N/A N/A Steel with molded high-

density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Seat Decking

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legs

Steel Steel 1 Steel 1,4 Steel 4

Frame

Steel Steel 1 Steel 1 Steel

Arms

Plastic 3 (PA6-MI) N/A Steel 4 Steel4

Arm Caps

N/A N/A Polyurethane (PUR)

foam N/A

Tablet

Laminated MDF Laminated plywood Steel stem, covered

with polyurethane (PUR) N/A

Foam

High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Glides

Plastic (SB) Plastic (PC) Zinc Plastic (PA)

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

Quadrex 3/32” Hex bit 5/32” Hex bit

Needle nose pliers

(instead of screwdriver) 5/32” Hex bit 3/16” Hex bit 1/4” Hex bit

Robertson 3/32” Hex bit 1/2” Socket

Average Weight (kg)

8.11 6.61 8.43 16.91

Average Reycyclability*

60.31 % 100 % 83.11 % 34.74 %

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

6 Trained Keilhauer Service Technician required

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit 2 Back and Seat are one unit

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Possible Components SETLE ROVE SIP SGUIG

Back

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Seat

N/A N/A Solid ash wood N/A

Upholstered Seat

Plywood with molded polyurethane (PUR) foam

Rigid polyurethane (PUR) foam overmolded with flexible

polyurethane (PUR) foam.

N/A Plastic (PP-MI) , rigid

polyurethane (PUR) foam overmolded with flexible polyurethane (PUR) foam

Upholstered Back

Plywood with molded polyurethane (PUR) foam

Rigid polyurethane (PUR) foam overmolded with flexible

polyurethane (PUR) foam

N/A Pad: Plastic (PP-MI) with

polyurethane (PUR) foam

Back: Plastic (PA6-MI)

Seat Decking

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Legs

N/A Steel 1 Solid ash wood Steel 1

Frame

Steel Steel 1 Wood with plastic

(PA-GF30) Steel 1

Arms

Plywood with molded

polyurethane (PUR) foam

Rigid polyurethane (PUR) overmolded with flexible polyurethane (PUR) 3

N/A Steel 4

Arm Caps

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Tablet

N/A N/A N/A N/A

Foam

High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

N/A High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Glides

Plastic (ABS) Plastic (PA6-MI) Plastic (PA) Plastic (PE-HD)

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

5/32” Hex bit

1/2” Socket Wrench 5/32” Hex bit Roberston

Quadrex 5/32” Hex bit

Quadrex 3/16” Hex bit

Average Weight (kg)

34.13 5.98 6.26 14.84

Average Reycyclability*

75.11 % 60.30 % 88.41 % 56.62 %

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit

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Possible Components SIMPLE STACT TRUA

Back

Polyester (PEST) mesh

with reinforced plastic (PP, PA-GF30) back frame

Plastic (PP-GF15)3 Plastic (PP-MI) 2

Seat

N/A Engineered plywood or

Plastic (PP) Plastic (PP-MI) 2

Upholstered Seat

Steel, high-density polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

Plastic (PP) overmolded with polyurethane (PUR) foam

N/A

Upholstered Back

High-density

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam with a reinforced plastic (PP, PA-GF30) back frame

N/A N/A

Seat Decking

N/A N/A N/A

Legs

Steel 1 Steel 1 Steel 1

Frame

Steel 1 Steel 1 Steel 1, plastic (PA) seat

bumpers

Arms

Plastic (PA-GF30) Plastic (PA-GF15) Steel, aluminum

Arm Caps

Urethane (UR) N/A N/A

Tablet

N/A N/A N/A

Foam

High-density CFC-free

polyurethane (PUR-HD) foam

High-density CFC-free polyurethane (PUR HD) foam

N/A

Glides

Plastic (PA) Plastic (PE-HD) Plastic (PC for sled

base, SB for 4-leg) or felt

Disassembly Screwdriver(s)

3/16” Hex bit

1/4” Hex bit Robertson

Philips 1/4’’ Hex Drive

5/32” Hex bit

Average Weight (kg)

14.13 13.71 7.92

Average Reycyclability*

68.31 % 78.97 % 79.31 %

3 Arms and Back are one unit 4 Arms and Frame are one unit 5 Dependent on model

6 Trained Keilhauer Service Technician required

* See Document Disclaimer (p 2) Component replaceable 1 Legs and Frame are one unit 2 Back and Seat are one unit

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