How do I replace ercol webbing?
Remove old webbing from frame, extract wooden dowels and put them to one side.
- Take roll of rubber webbing.
- Feed one end of the webbing through one of the back slots in the chair frame.
- Fold over the end of the webbing to form a loop of approx 5” (125mm).
- Using a staple and plate, fix the webbing together.
How do you bond nylon webbing?
You can use contact cement to glue nylon webbing. Spray contact cement will bond the nylon webbing without the material coming loose once it dries.
How do you join two pieces of webbing?
The most used, and most useful, knot in webbing is the WATER KNOT or OVERHAND BEND, which is tied by ‘re-threading’. This is used to join (bend) two ends of webbing together, often two ends of the same piece to make a loop or sling.
What is Pirelli webbing?
Pirelli webbing For Quality Furniture
A common support system called Pirelli webbing is used now in many modern sofas. Pirelli webbing allows for support for sofa models that cannot accommodate the depth of an 8 way hand tied spring unit.
How do you measure for ercol webbing?
The straps come with a clip fitted at each end which fits into the slots at each end of the frame on the furniture. To determine the correct size you require, measure between the slots on the seat from back to front That is the size that you will need. Pirelli webbing is found on all Ercol furniture.
How many feet of webbing do you need for a lawn chair?
Measure the existing webbing sections on the lawn chair. The replacement webbing is sold in rolls usually containing 39 feet of webbing. For large chairs it may be necessary to purchase more than one roll. If new screws aren’t included in the package, purchase galvanized sheet-metal screws and washers.
How do you tighten webbing straps?
Tug on the loose end of one piece of webbing, positioning yourself so you are pulling the webbing toward your body. Put the end of the webbing through a webbing stretcher and hold the stretcher on the outside of the furniture frame, tugging gently to tighten the webbing as much as possible.
How do I know if my chair is ercol?
The sticks are always round. Many “Ercol style” chairs have oval or squared off sticks. With the exceptions of chairs with a solid seat, virtually every Ercol chair from this period that you come across will be webbed (some very early chairs (1953 – 1955) used tension springs).