Stormguard Aluminium/ Brush Letterbox Draught Excluder, (L)338mm

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Stormguard Aluminium/ Brush Letterbox Draught Excluder, (L)338mm

Product code:
5017259312001
Stormguard Aluminium/ Brush Letterbox Draught Excluder, (L)338mm
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  • Twin brushes prevent draughts through the letter box
  • Suitable for letterboxes with aperture size (W)279 (H)45mm
  • Guarantee 2 years
  • Fixings supplied

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Stormguard Aluminium/ Brush Letterbox Draught Excluder, (L)338mm
Brand Stormguard
Material Aluminium/ brush
Fixings supplied Fixings supplied
Guarantee type Guarantee
Length 338mm
Purpose Twin brushes prevent draughts through the letter box
Suitable for Suitable for letterboxes with aperture size (W)279 (H)45mm
Thickness 12mm
Width 78mm

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Stormguard Aluminium/ Brush Self Adhesive Letterbox Draught Excluder, (L)292mm

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5017259311622
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Current price
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