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Voladera Girona (2x2 con habitaculo seguridad interior)

Voladera Girona (2x2 con habitaculo seguridad interior)
Voladera Girona (2x2 con habitaculo seguridad interior)
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  • Brands Imor S.A
  • Model 6063
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Voladero Girona


Voladera Girona (2x2 with interior security room)

Voladero specially made for birds with excellent finishes.

Corrosion resistant. Easy assembly and disassembly. Panels baked with anthracite, green or white non-toxic paint.

The modular structure allows future extensions with the incorporation of new panels that can be purchased separately.

It has a comfortable access door with security lock, you can add a padlock.

If you want another design that does not correspond to the image. Do not hesitate to contact us and we will provide you with your budget


• Width 2 meter.

• Length 2 meter.

• Height 2 meters.

• Bar thickness 2 mm

• Distance between bars 11mm



Composed by:

• 8 mesh panels for steering wheel

• 2 panel w / pedestrian shuttle door

• 4 1x1m ceilings (2 roof start / 2 roof extension)

• 6 gussets, (3 right / 3 left)

• 45 small screws

• 2 roof connection plate (1 start guide / 1 extension guide)

• 2 long screws

• 1 coarse screw

• 1 special side gusset for interior cabin

• 4 clips to fasten to the floor

• 33 panel fastening clips

• 40 black tips

• 9 screws 10 for tapping

• 9 black end caps for threading



VAT and Transportation included to the entire Peninsula

The flyers due to their dimensions and high shipping cost do not admit cash on delivery.

Accessory not included (drinkers, feeders and sticks)


Delivery in 48/72 hours

In Stock

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