|6m Pole||£82.68 (£68.90 Ex. VAT)|
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Note: this ZipWall product does not include any plastic screening material
Robust and durable, this ZipWall® 6m Pole patented system is superior to other screening methods as there is an integral spring-loaded head, which can be instantly locked in pace by simply twisting the telescopic poles. This ensures that the tension is always maintained between the ceiling and the floor meaning that runs of up to 3m are possible between poles.
Whilst other temporary screening systems require numerous fixing accessories, which can get lost or misplaced, the ZipWall® 6m Pole is telescopic pole system which is assembled in seconds and ready for use.
A variety of Protec screening materials can be used in conjunction with the ZipWall(R) Props including Flame Retardant or standard polythene, Flame Retardant Barrier Sheet or Flame Retardant Promesh HD 1207.
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