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SMP Concrete Feed Block

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  • Quick and easy to install
  • Ease of fitting with lifting point on the top edge
  • Completely portable and fully removable
  • Suitable for new or existing housing
  • Massive labour & cost savings
  • Made to suit 3 inch timbers
  • Easily stored when not in use
  • Cost effective way to install feed passages

These feed blocks are quick and easy to install. They are easy to fit with lifting point on the top edge and are completely portable and fully removable. This blocks are suitable for new or existing housing and can present massive labour and cost savings. They are made to suit 3 inch timbers and easily stored when not in use. These blocks are a cost effective way to install feed passages.

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