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SMP Concrete Slurry Channel

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  • Designed to facilitate the free flow of slurry along the concrete channel from shed
  • Fast and easy to install
  • Spigot and socket system provides a tight joint which can be sealed if required
  • Can be covered with either diagonal slats or a solid cover
  • Diagonal slats can be cattle or tractor bearing
  • 8ft 1m high x 1m wide

These SMP Concrete Slurry Channels are designed to facilitate the free flow of slurry along the concrete channel from shed. They are fast and easy to install. The spigot and socket system provides a tight joint which can be sealed if required. These can be covered with either diagonal slats or a solid cover (available seperately). Diagonal slats can be cattle or tractor bearing.

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