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Handrail Protector FR

Flame Retardant 13mm Foam Handrail Protector

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2m Foam U-Profile £2.84 (£2.37 Ex. VAT)
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Flame Retardant Certificate
Certifire Approved
Cert. No CF5414
  • Flame Retardant and approved to the Certifire standard
  • Can be used on any type of handrail or baluster
  • Self gripping, lightweight and versatile
  • Easy to cut and fit without scratching
  • Foam Handrail Protection for edge of stairs

Protec Flame Retardant cushioned foam Handrail Protectors can be easily fitted to any size of handrail or banister to protect stairs from damage during redecoration, refurbishment or construction or cut the foam to the size of the handrail. 

Approved to the Certifire standard, the flexible foam protectors are pre-slit to easily fit onto any handrail or banister. The lightweight yet hardwearing cushioned foam profile is manufactured from 13mm thick foam to absorb impact, unlike rigid alternatives, providing unsurpassed handrail protection.

Protec Flame Retardant cushioned foam Handrail Protectors can be re-used internally or externally numerous times making them a cost effective temporary protection solution.

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