Ground Staples

CIRTEX® GROUND STAPLES ARE MANUFACTURED FROM A HIGH QUALITY, GALVANISED SPRING STEEL AND USED TO SECURE ANY FABRIC TO THE GROUND.

The high quality spring steel makes Cirtex Ground Staples very robust, minimising wastage on site caused by pins bending during installation, saving time and money.

Cirtex Ground Staples are available three different sizes; 130mm, 230mm and a heavy duty 300mm staple.

BENEFITS & FEATURES

  • Made from high quality spring steel which reduces the chance of the staples bending during installation
  • Can be used to secure a variety of fabrics
  • Easy hit flat top
  • Galvanised finish

SPECIFICATIONS

CODE
PRODUCT
PACK SIZE

76051

Ground Staples 130mm

200 / Carton

76052

Ground Staples 230mm

200 / Carton

13310

Ground Staples Heavy Duty 300mm

100 / Carton

 

Ground Staples Diagram

ground-staples-diagram

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