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Proplex 2mm (like CORREX®)

CORREX® -like white medium duty corrugated plastic sheeting

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2.4m x 1.2m Twinwall Sheet £6.00 (£5.00 Ex. VAT)
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  • Effective protection for floors, doors, walls, kitchen worktops and windows
  • Lightweight, strong, waterproof, non toxic and resistant to chemicals
  • Easy to cut, crease and bend
  • Available in translucent, black, flame retardant and variety of sizes and formats
  • Similar to CORREX® material

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Proplex 2mm is a corrugated polypropylene plastic sheet that provides effective temporary protection for floors, doors, stairs, walls, kitchen worktops and windows.It is an excellent alternative to hardboard sheets and is an alternative to CORREX®. 

The corrugated polypropylene sheet is a fluted protection board with a twin-wall construction for a strong, yet lightweight, solution to surface protection. Used in a variety of internal and external applications during building, construction and refurbishment projects, the fluted polypropylene sheets can be cut, curved or creased to fit any surface.

Proplex 2mm corrugated plastic sheets are also available in easy to apply 2mm rolls, door size, translucent or black recycled material and 3mm or 5mm thicknesses for different levels of performance.

 ® - CORREX is a Registered Trade Mark in the UK of DS Smith Plastics Limited

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