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Trampoline for Privilège 515 catamaran

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Trampoline for Privilège 515 catamaran made by France Trampoline



    In order to replace your trampoline, France Trampoline provides reliable and durable technical materials. The netting we have to offer is made out of MT392 or MT492.

    - One of the main advantages of the Multitramp nets is their flexibility and their capacity to keep their shape in spite of the forces exerted on the net. These technical nets allow us to manufacture products that are perfectly adapted to your Privilège 515.

    - We manufacture Privilège 515 trampolines with MT392 as it balances permeability and resistance perfectly. It is also highly tear proof. Furthermore, it is light and will not change the behaviour of your boat.

    - MT492 is heavier than MT392 and also more resistant. It can withstand weight of up to 5 tons/m2. It is highly durable and tear proof. This trampoline will accompany you on many outings.

    - The nets are also UV resistant, they resist well at sea and are finished using high frequency welding.

    - These technical nets are perfectly adapted to large surfaces, for boats measuring up to 80 feet in length.

    Trampoline de catamaran
    CompatibilitéPrivilège 515
    Traitement anti-UVoui
    Système de tensionLaçage
    Cordage de tensionVendu au mètre. Possibilité de commander sur le site.
    Matières disponibles
    Mailles tressées 30x30 mmPolyester 475 g/m² - Bordure : Ralingue avec bout de 10 mm - Diamètre du fil : 4 mm
    Mailles tressées 13x13 mmPolyester 700 g/m² - Bordure : Ralingue avec bout de 10 mm - Diamètre du fil : 2,5 mm
    Mesh Multitramp 4921670dtex 1000g/m² - Revêtement : PVC - Bordure : oeillets inox 17 mm - Sangle soudée
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