There is no bad weather, only bad clothing. This rule does not only apply to people, but also to furniture. Restaurant furniture produced from unfavourable materials does not bring joy and is not durable. Therefore, GO IN focuses on the benefits of weather-resistant materials which effortlessly withstand strong UV radiation or icy weather. In the GO IN shop, you can discover the variety of outdoor chairs which can brighten up your outdoor area in the food service industry and the hotel sector and attract guests.
Materials for resilient and robust outdoor chairs
Restaurant furniture for outdoor use has to go through a lot: tremendous solar radiation with UV exposure in the summer, icy coldness and masses of snow in the winter. The material expands and contracts – if a lower quality material is used, it tears or discolours. GO IN provides weather-resistant materials which defy any weather influences. They are UV-resistant and tear-proof, light and robust, comfortable and modern. You can get terrace furniture, beer garden furniture or stylish lounger furniture for outdoor use from us in a cosy wickerwork and woven look, elegant metal or practical plastic. You will also find an innovative and extremely functional hybrid material – Resysta – in our selection.
RESYSTA® by GO IN – “The Better Wood”
Wood is an important raw material since time immemorial. However, this has a detrimental effect on the rainforests, which are slowly disappearing from our planet. To establish this environmental awareness and to promote the ecological balance, GO IN works with the fibre-reinforced hybrid material RESYSTA®. It is made from approx. 60 % rice husks, approx. 22 % rock salt and approx. 18 % mineral oil. The benefits of the material are obvious:
- low to no maintenance required
- Sustainable, waterproof, dimensionally stable, durable
- 100 % wood-free, recyclable
- Hardly distinguishable from real tropical wood in terms of its feel and appearance
- Mechanical strength
- Thermal resistance
- Chemical resistance
- Does not swell, grey, tear or splinter