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Rawson Freeway Sheet Brown

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£11.64 (Ex. VAT)
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Rawson Freeway Sheet Brown

Rawson Freeway Sheet

Industry Suitability 

  • Classrooms, corridors, stairs, offices, retail shops, banks, places of worship, pubs, exhibitions, caravans, mobile homes, public and private sector buildings.

Performance Durability 


  • Heavy contract. Suitable for use with castor chairs.



  • Product Description Sheet
  • Fibre Type 80% Polypropylene 20% Polyester
  • Fibre Weight (+ 10%)9 00g/m2
  • Total Carpet Weight (+ 10%)1 100g/m2
  • Total Thickness (+ 10%) 6mm
  • Dimensions 2m

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