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Stabilising Block Tray for Temporary Fencing

SKU: WEB-00840
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Accessory TypeStability and Security
Width508mm
Depth508mm
MaterialGalvanised Steel

Specification

Accessory TypeStability and Security
Width508mm
Depth508mm
MaterialGalvanised Steel

Uses and Functions

When constructing a temporary fencing system, it is important to make sure that your fencing is secure and is unlikely to topple over; especially in areas where there is potential risk of injury or damage.

Stabilising Block Trays are designed to aid stabilisation to temporary fencing panels; particularly when a system is erected on concrete. Rather than using Stabilising Pins to secure a Stabilising Support Bar in place, a Rear Block Tray may be used instead. Rear block Trays are attached to a panel via a Stabilising Support Bar, which is secured in the top Coupler of a panel. The bottom of the Stabilising Support Bar is fixed between the Rear Block Tray and the Temporary Fencing Feet blocks, which are used to weigh it down. Two Temporary Fencing Feet are used to weigh the Stabilising Block Tray down.

Uses and Functions

When constructing a temporary fencing system, it is important to make sure that your fencing is secure and is unlikely to topple over; especially in areas where there is potential risk of injury or damage.

Stabilising Block Trays are designed to aid stabilisation to temporary fencing panels; particularly when a system is erected on concrete. Rather than using Stabilising Pins to secure a Stabilising Support Bar in place, a Rear Block Tray may be used instead. Rear block Trays are attached to a panel via a Stabilising Support Bar, which is secured in the top Coupler of a panel. The bottom of the Stabilising Support Bar is fixed between the Rear Block Tray and the Temporary Fencing Feet blocks, which are used to weigh it down. Two Temporary Fencing Feet are used to weigh the Stabilising Block Tray down.

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