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Heavy Duty Winch Posts, 3.0m high

Heavy Duty Winch Posts, 3.0m high
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Ref: FBL-108

For use on artificial pitches.

Capable of an unsupported 63m span the pitch divider system divides the games area into sections.

The anchor post is fitted with a cleat. Both posts have top pulley wheels.

Maximum recommended winch load rating: 100kg.

Out of ground post height 3.0m.

The posts are intended to be concreted directly into the ground outside the fence and require a minimum 1 metre cube of concrete. It is advisable to consult a construction engineer for advice if required.

Sockets can be purchased as an optional extra.

Galvanised and polyester powder coated green the posts are made from 100mm x 100mm x 4mm thick steel.

Prices for installation can be provided please contact our sales office to discuss.

Weight per set 80 kg.

Price: 1,128.00 Excl. VAT (1,353.60 Incl. 20% VAT)
Includes delivery to mainland UK (excluding Scottish Highlands)


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