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Voladero Torremolino (3x2 metros y habitáculo interior)

Voladero Torremolino (3x2 metros y habitáculo interior)
Voladero Torremolino (3x2 metros y habitáculo interior)
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  • Brands Imor S.A
  • Model 6100
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Voladero Torremolino (3x2 meters and interior cabin)

Voladero made especially for birds with excellent finishes.

Resistant to corrosion. Easy assembly and disassembly. Panels oven-painted with non-toxic paint in anthracite, green or white.

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

It has a convenient access door with a 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 3 meter.

• Height 2 meters.

• Bar thickness 2 mm

• Distance between bars 11 mm

Composed by:

• 10 mesh panels for steering wheel

• 2 panel w / flying pedestrian door

• 2 ceilings of 1x1 m start plate

• 1 guide for starting roof joint

• 4 roofs of 1x1 m sheet extension

• 2 guide for expansion ceiling joint

• 8 gussets 4 right and 4 left

• 1 gusset for security compartment

• 6 ground fixing clips

• 39 panel fastening clips

• 48 black tips

• 14 screws 10 for threading

• 14 black tips for threading

• 60 small screws

• 2 long screws

VAT and Transportation included to the entire Peninsula

Due to their size and high shipping cost, flyers do not allow cash on delivery.

Accessories not included (drinkers, feeders and sticks

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