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Dura-Tred 4206-1527 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 1520mm

Dura-Tred 4206-1527 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 1520mm

Work Well Mats

Checkerplate pattern gives great visual appearance and offers an ultimate anti-slip surface. PVC top surface bonded to high density foam base. Slight gradient safety bevelled edges along long sides of mat. Aerated Foam provides a soft but firm footing that gives increased performance to the user. Oil, grease and chemical resistant. 16mm overall thickness. Available as a continuous roll up to 18.3m long. Size dimensions: 910 X 1520mm

Code: 651124000

Work Well Mats

£119.55 Each (ex. VAT)

£143.46 inc. VAT
Colour Black/Yellow
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Dura-Tred 4206-1527 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 1520mm

Checkerplate pattern gives great visual appearance and offers an ultimate anti-slip surface. PVC top surface bonded to high density foam base. Slight gradient safety bevelled edges along long sides of mat. Aerated Foam provides a soft but firm footing that gives increased performance to the user. Oil, grease and chemical resistant. 16mm overall thickness. Available as a continuous roll up to 18.3m long. Size dimensions: 910 X 1520mm

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Manufacturer Work Well Mats
Manufacturer Code 4206-1527

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