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Pallet Netting

Part Number PRN88 | Stock Item

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Quantity Unit Cost
1 - 2 £149.95
3 - 9 £119.50
10 + £109.95
Quantity:
Total Price £149.95 ex. VAT

Product Information

Pallet Netting from Sinclair & Rush.

Our Pallet Net adds a protective layer as parts are stacked to be shipped on pallets. Supplied on a roll 50m, this net has a 2mm strand thickness and 10mm x 10mm mesh size. The PE / EVA blend produces a soft, slightly tacky finish to help hold items in place during transit. Also known and used as Stillage Netting.

We offer a standard stock range of Pallet Netting available for next-day delivery and can also assist with any custom enquiries that you have relating to this product. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, or need any help selecting the correct size, please call our Sales Team now on 01634 686504 and we will be happy to assist.

 

Benefits of using Pallet Netting

  • Creates friction to help hold loads in place
  • Added protective layer when shipping
  • Oil and Chemical resistant
  • Supplied in rolls to be cut to required length

Sinclair & Rush offers

  • Free samples of all Protective Netting (150mm Length)
  • Low minimum order quantities on most standard Protective Netting
  • Great discounts for larger orders
  • Free technical advice from our UK based experts.

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