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Link-Tile Open Top 4312-1607 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 910 X 19mm

Link-Tile Open Top 4312-1607 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 910 X 19mm

Work Well Mats

Compatible with Link-Tile solid top and our Slip-Safe mats for the ultimate versatility. Open top allows liquids to drain quickly. Good anti-fatigue and comfort properties. Male and female ramps available to edge the mats. Size dimensions: 910 X 910 X 19mm.

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

Code: 651127000

Work Well Mats

£42.07 Each (ex. VAT)

£50.48 inc. VAT
Colour Black
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Link-Tile Open Top 4312-1607 Anti-Fatigue Matting 910 X 910 X 19mm

Compatible with Link-Tile solid top and our Slip-Safe mats for the ultimate versatility. Open top allows liquids to drain quickly. Good anti-fatigue and comfort properties. Male and female ramps available to edge the mats. Size dimensions: 910 X 910 X 19mm.

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

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Manufacturer Work Well Mats
Manufacturer Code 4312-1607

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