Inmate Furniture

Cortech Correctional Technologies Inc. offers the RazorBack chair, designed to withstand the heavy use and physical abuse common in correctional settings, according to the company.

Correctional Furniture

The pedestal table from Peterson Detention Inc. features 14-gauge stainless steel seat tops supported by individual tube pedestals.


Norix Group’s line of dormitory furniture for the corrections industry, Attenda, is molded in high-impact, fire-retardant polyethylene. Each piece of furniture is filled with polyurethane foam for durability and sound absorption, and features seamless construction with rounded corners for increased safety. The product line is designed to be attached flush to the wall or floor, limiting the ability to hide contraband or tie-off clothing or sheets. Furniture selection includes a heavy-duty bed with optional headboard, a nightstand with open compartments, wallmounted shelves, and a floor-mounted desk and stool.