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Euro-Mat 4201-2917 Anti-Fatigue Matting 1200 X 1700mm

Euro-Mat 4201-2917 Anti-Fatigue Matting 1200 X 1700mm

Work Well Mats

Anti-Slip and comfort combined with superior single piece construction. The Ultimat Anti-Fatigue Rubber mat. Non slip checker plate pattern looks great and offers a non-slip easy to clean surface. Heavy duty rubber with optional greaseproof formula that will stand the test of time. Colour: Black with Yellow border. Size dimensions: 1200 X 1700mm

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

Code: 651104


Work Well Mats

£256.39 Each (ex. VAT)

£307.67 inc. VAT
Colour Black/Yellow
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Euro-Mat 4201-2917 Anti-Fatigue Matting 1200 X 1700mm

Anti-Slip and comfort combined with superior single piece construction. The Ultimat Anti-Fatigue Rubber mat. Non slip checker plate pattern looks great and offers a non-slip easy to clean surface. Heavy duty rubber with optional greaseproof formula that will stand the test of time. Colour: Black with Yellow border. Size dimensions: 1200 X 1700mm

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 4201-2917

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