Protect your surfaces with these flame retardant Proplex corrugated plastic sheets.
Ideal for all building, refurbishment and construction projects, these twin sheets of polypropylene provide effective protection for all types of floors, doors, windows and walls. Fully certified to LPS 1207 standard, they provide flame retardant protection on-site, both internally and externally, and can be re-used again and again.
As Proplex is waterproof, you can use it as carpet protection for floors indoors or for decking outside, or to cover doors, stairs, walls, and windows.
If you’re looking for a product similar to COREX® corrugated plastic sheeting or Antinox, then Proplex is the perfect solution for you. We can even custom-print your logo onto these 2mm flame retardant Proplex sheets.
Find out more about why we recommend Proplex as a highly flexible, easy to store, easy to use solution for protecting a variety of surfaces. You can also browse the full Proplex range, as along with these 2mm sheets, we have a number of options to match your needs, including:
CORREX® is a Registered Trade Mark in the UK of DS Smith Plastics Limited
We always get a really efficient and professional service from Protec. They always endeavour to assist us and their delivery service is professional and reliable. Andy our BDM keeps in regular contact and always ensures we are happy with the service we receive. The prices are competitive and the service and product is great one less thing to worry about !
Great product and excellent service from Protec.
I have found the Proplex 2mm FR to come in as a great protection against falling debris when pulling down ceilings or taking wall tiles down. With out this product we would have used dust sheets which are less impact resistant which can result in £££'s of damage to customers property. We also have it branded up which helps to promote the business without trying.
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