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Concrete A-wall

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  • Designed with external fixing points enabling them to be easily unbolted and re-sited
  • Allows you to change widths of bays
  • Optimum shape and profile for the storage of grain, aggregate and other bulk materials
  • Available in 8'0" and 10'0" lengths

Designed with external fixing points enabling then to be easily unbolted and re-sited allowing you to change widths of bays. Features an optimum shape and profile for the storage of grain, aggregate and other bulk materials. Available in 2 lengths.

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