Product name STRIPES planter
Material Mild steel
 
 
 

The STRIPES planter is a slatted modular unit that is large enough to be used as a tree container.

STRIPES modules can be positioned singly or joined together and also integrated with an existing or new tree, acting as a tree guard.

Key features

  • Large slatted units
  • Free-standing feet
  • Steel details are hot-dip galvanised (901) and designed for long-term use
  • 200 different RAL colours for powder coating (900)
  • All screws and fittings are supplied in acid-resistant or stainless steel.
  • Products with wood comes with linseed-oil-impregnated PEFC-certified pine from Scandinavia.

Options for Kebony Radiata®

Oiled oak or ash recommended indoors

Other types of wood are available on request


The STRIPES planter is a slatted modular unit that is large enough to be used as a tree container.

STRIPES modules can be positioned singly or joined together and also integrated with an existing or new tree, acting as a tree guard.

Key features

  • Large slatted units
  • Free-standing feet
  • Steel details are hot-dip galvanised (901) and designed for long-term use
  • 200 different RAL colours for powder coating (900)
  • All screws and fittings are supplied in acid-resistant or stainless steel.
  • Products with wood comes with linseed-oil-impregnated PEFC-certified pine from Scandinavia.

Options for Kebony Radiata®

Oiled oak or ash recommended indoors

Other types of wood are available on request


 
 
 
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